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Michael Robey was appointed Assistant Superintendent of School Operations and School Improvement for School District 65 on Aug. 18. He previously served as an assistant principal in Northbrook, a middle school principal in Bensenville and most recently assistant superintendent for Triad Community District 2 in Troy, Ill. Before serving in administrative positions, Mr. Robey was an industrial arts and technology teacher. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Science in Technology in Education from National-Louis University.

The School Board approved five other administrative appointments on Aug. 18: Beatrice Davis, formerly interim principal at Oakton School, will serve as interim principal for Kingsley School; Renee Davis, formerly a reading specialist and teacher in District 65, will serve as interim principal at Oakton School; Jason Ewing, formerly a teacher at Kingsley School, will serve as Instructional Technology Coordinator; Erica Granada, formerly a bilingual program supervisor in special education in Cicero, will serve as special education coordinator; and Kenya Sadler, formerly a Striving Readers Project manager in Chicago Public Schools, will serve as assistant principal at Martin Luther King Jr. School.