Dear families, 

 We have two leadership announcements to share.

Meridian High School

Doffing Shaun Doffing has been filling in as a leave replacement assistant principal since February and has been a great addition to Meridian High School. We are excited to announce that he has been hired as the new assistant principal. Mr. Doffing will continue the year with us and begin his permanent position in July.

From 2004-2016, Mr. Doffing taught business and AVID classes at Sedro-Woolley High School. He also coached basketball and served as the FBLA advisor. In 2016, Mr. Doffing was hired as the program manager for Skagit STEM Network where he managed and developed a variety of Career Connected Learning experiences for students and educators. 

Mr. Doffing received his administrator credentials from Western Washington University in 2021. He has a master’s of education degree in engagement and assessment from Walden University and a bachelor’s degree in business education from Central Washington University. 

Mr. Doffing is known for building meaningful relationships with students, fellow educators, families and the community. He is looking forward to helping all students at Meridian High School succeed through quality, inspirational and innovative education.

Meridian Middle School

KratzigThis spring we posted an opening for an assistant principal at Meridian Middle School. Please join us in welcoming Robert Kratzig as our new assistant principal. He will begin in July.

Mr. Kratzig’s educational experience will be a great asset to Meridian Middle School. For the past two years, Mr. Kratzig has served as the dean of students at Lynden Middle School. Prior to that  for eight years he taught both sixth and seventh grades at Surprise Lake Middle School in Milton, Washington.

Mr. Kratzig received his administrator credentials from Western Washington University in 2022. He has a master’s degree in teaching, secondary education and a bachelor’s degree in history and social studies from Western Washington University.

Mr. Kratzig is student-focused and believes in building positive school culture through fostering relationships. He is known for partnering with families and collaborating with colleagues.

Please join us in congratulating these school leaders!