NATICK – Dan Hausermann, Wilson teacher and Middle School Language and Literacy Department Head, former remote learning principal has been promoted to interim Vice Principal for the Kennedy Middle School, announced Natick Superintendent of Schools Anna Nolin.
Hausermann is entering his 14th year in education. He started his career as an English teacher in South Korea for a year before moving to New York City and teaching first and second grade in Harlem, wrote Supt. Nolin to families. After three years, Hausermann moved to Massachusetts and started teaching 6th grade at Wilson Middle School.
Hausermann jumped into a wide range of experiences while working at Wilson. He coached high school basketball for three years, middle school basketball for another three years, and cross country running for three years. He also ran the journalism club for a number of years, wrote Supt. Nolin to families last night.
On top of that, Hausermann was the director of the Natick Summer Academics program for five years before stepping down from that role this summer, wrote Supt. Nolin.
In the last two years, Hausermann has been the English Department Head at Wilson and Kennedy and he was the principal of the 5-8 Remote Learning Academy last year, wrote Supt. Nolin.
Hausermann received his principal licensure from Curry College and did his practicum work under Theresa Carney. He has a bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and his Master’s in Education from Hunter College.
Hausermann lives in Hopkinton with his wife and two sons, Bryce (5) and Nolan (2.5).