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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 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, IL. and Freeport, IL.

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

    Mrs. Appiah-McNulty begins her year at Weber with seven years in School Administration/ Supervision. Her position has included two years as 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 as well as implementation of district-wide initiatives. She attained a position as Assistant Principal of Carl Sandburg Middle School and served two years in that position before being promoted as Principal of Empire Elementary School. She served as principal for two years.

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

    Mrs. Appiah-McNulty is married to Charles McNulty and they have four children. Their children’s names are Juniya (12 years old), Naeem (17 years old), Colin (18years old) and Sarah (13 years old). The family is excited about being in Iowa City, and are living in the Weber Community! She looks forward to a fantastic new year with students and staff!!

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    On Thursday, September 7th, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced that the Department of Education would be re-evaluating Title IX and the 2011 “Dear Colleague Letter” guidelines that protect students from sexual harassment in grades K-12 and on college campuses.

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  • How does the Facilities Master Plan and the GO Bond affect my school?

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