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  • Yaa Appiah-McNulty Meet our Weber Elementary Principal:
    Mrs. Yaa D. Appiah-McNulty

    Mrs. Appiah-McNulty was born in Ghana, West Africa. She came to the United States at the age of nine but spent some childhood summers back in her hometown. Many of her childhood years were spent in Rantoul and Freeport, Illinois.

    She graduated from Freeport High School and moved to Dubuque, Iowa, to pursue a degree in Elementary Education. She attained her Associate's Degree from Peosta, Iowa, and finished her Bachelor’s Degree at Clarke University in Dubuque, majoring in K–9 Elementary Education with a Reading Endorsement. After attaining her Bachelor's degree, she moved back to Freeport and accepted a position as an elementary teacher at Empire Elementary School, where she taught for five years. She then pursued a Master's Degree in Education Administration, completing that degree at National Louis University in Lisle, Illinois.

    Mrs. Appiah-McNulty begins her time at Weber with seven years in school administration/supervision. Her experience has included two years as an Administrative Intern / SITE School Administrator (Students in Transitional Education/Alternative School Programming). In this role, she worked with district-level administrators in the areas of special education and the implementation of districtwide initiatives. She attained a position as Assistant Principal of Carl Sandburg Middle School and served two years there before being promoted to Principal of Empire Elementary School. She served as principal of Empire for two years.

    Mrs. Appiah-McNulty is excited about her new venture as Principal of Weber. She has enjoyed meeting school staff and community members and looks forward to working as partners with all stakeholders to drive student achievement for all children at Weber Elementary.

    Mrs. Appiah-McNulty is married to Charles McNulty, and they have four children: Juniya (12), Naeem (17), Colin (18), and Sarah (13). The family is glad to be in Iowa City and living in the Weber Community! 

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