Tyler Lemen Named Principal At Holy Trinity School

HOLY TRINITYJasper (NNDCC) – Tyler Leman officially becomes the new principal of Jasper’s Holy Trinity Catholic School for the start of the 2016-17 school year.

Lemen has been the school’s assistant principal this past school year which was the inaugural year of the school which as three campuses. For the 2015-16 school year, former Catholic schools of Precious Blood and Holy Family in Jasper and St. Mary’s Preschool in Ireland came together to form a single school.

Lemen replaces Sally Sternberg, who has joined the Diocesan Catholic Schools Office as assistant superintendent.

Father Gary Kaiser made the announcement Tuesday in a news release. Kaiser is Pastor of Precious Blood Parish in Jasper and St. Mary Parish in Ireland, and serves as Bishop Charles Thompson’s priest delegate to Holy Trinity.

“During the past year I have seen Tyler lead and handle situations with professional insight,” Father Kaiser said. “I am confident that he will serve Holy Trinity Catholic School well. He has great rapport among students, staff and parents. Today is a great day for Holy Trinity.”

Lemen is a native of Santa Claus, Ind. He earned an undergraduate degree in Music Education from Indiana State University. Before joining Holy Trinity Catholic School’s administrations team, Lemen was the Director of Choirs at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis. He earned his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education in 2015.

Lemen served as Assistant Principal during the 2015-16 school year. During that inaugural year of the school, he oversaw transportation, safety and discipline in the school.

Fr. Kaiser says, “Tyler is very organized, allowing him to accomplish multiple tasks day-to-day;” Father Kaiser said. “He is committed to Catholic education. His dedication will serve Holy Trinity Catholic School System well. He brings an attitude and positive approach to his work that are encouraging and inviting. I look forward to working with him in this new role.”

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