About Bill Eagle
Born in Little Rock, Arkansas but raised in Wenatchee, I’ve spent my life living and working in education in the Wenatchee Valley. In my early years, I attended Lewis & Clark Elementary, Orchard Middle School, and graduated from Wenatchee High School. After obtaining my teaching degree from Central Washington University, I started my 29-year career as a classroom math teacher. I continued as an instructional coach, middle school assistant principal, elementary school principal, and director of state and federal programs. Most recently, I served as the Associate Director of Student Success & Learning at the North Central Educational Services District.
My motivation to become an educator was fueled by my experience watching some close family members struggle due to lack of formal education. I recognized at a young age that education was the key to unlocking future opportunities, so I set my sights on a career path where I could help students achieve their full potential through access to education.
What motivated me as a teacher was the chance to inspire and share a love of learning with kids. My motivation as an administrator is to influence the creation of positive environments for teachers to teach and students to learn.
As a product of the Wenatchee School District and a long-time employee, the opportunity to lead the district as superintendent felt like a homecoming. Over the years, I have developed a deep understanding of WSD, built relationships with staff, and developed unwavering respect for the noble work they do to support students, their families, and the community.
It’s an honor to lead WSD as superintendent. The opportunity to serve Wenatchee’s students, staff, families, and community is a source of great pride and optimism.
I’m excited to keep moving the district forward as superintendent, and I look forward to supporting the goals and objectives of the school board and launching a new strategic plan that is a bold commitment to ensure each student receives rigorous instruction, meets grade-level standards, and is on track to graduate.
An educator at heart, I look forward to getting out into buildings, visiting classrooms, connecting with students, and supporting our staff.
Executive Assistant and Public Records Officer
Major Areas of Responsibility Superintendent's Office Management Oversight ...
Superintendent Advisory Council
Student Voice matters in our school district. Students have unique viewpoints on major issues faced by WSD and come to our schools with different lived experiences. The purpose of the Council is to ensure that students are seen, valued, and heard at the highest level of decision-making in the district. The SAC meets with the Superintendent regularly and provides feedback and recommendations on topics and issues that impact students. Involvement in the SAC provides students with a powerful leadership opportunity and teaches them to be proactive in decisions that affect their day-to-day lives.
The council is made up of 12 students from WestSide and Wenatchee High School. Student representatives come from different backgrounds and ideas points. There is no GPA requirement so that all students no matter their academic standing have a voice.
SAC Executive Coordinator
SAC Executive Coordinator
Wendy Castellanos Bueno
Eric Guerrero Brito
Jackeline Serrano Rodriguez
Jordan Contreras Espinoza
Carter Andre Vanlith
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