Another familiar face has taken over a leadership role at Madison County High School.
Earlier this month, the Madison County School Board announced that Mike Sacra will be the schools interim assistant principal for the 2019-2020 school year. Sacra, a Madison County native, joins new principal Betty-Jo Wynham, also a Madison County native.
Sacra is in his 27th year of teaching having held positions at Criglersville Elementary School, Madison Primary School, Wetsel Middle School and most recently as a teacher at Madison County High School. He’s been a health and physical education teacher and a driver’s education instructor. He’s also heavily involved in athletics, serving as an assistant football coach and the head wrestling coach and recently celebrated his 400th coaching win in wrestling.
Sacra has a bachelor’s degree in education from Bridgewater College and a master’s in educational administration from James Madison University.
“Mr. Sacra is dedicated and passionate about the success of our students at Madison County High School and he works extremely hard behind the scenes to ensure that all students are safe and cared for each day,” Wynham said. “We are excited to welcome him onto the administrative team for the 2019-20 school year.”
Sacra took over the assistant principal position Sept. 10 and filled the role left vacant by former assistant principal Jason Allison who accepted a position as the assistant principal of the Douglass School in Loudoun County.