Join Michael Rottmann, ELEA Board member and Lutheran School Principal, as he discusses the importance of school boards, their roles in ensuring continued success, and how to avoid tension. We have a BIG REVEAL planned for the end of this session.
Michael Rottmann has 27 years of experience as a teacher and administrator in PreK - 8th-grade Lutheran schools in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Florida. He has also served as an athletic director and coach and on various national and district-level teacher and administrator conference committees. He currently serves as a principal at a Lutheran school in Florida and serves on the ELEA National Board (he previously served 8 years, 5 as president and after a two year hiatus has returned as a member at large). He was recognized in 2013 as the ELEA Elementary Principal of the Year and received the National Distinguished Principal award given by the National Association of Elementary School Principals. He holds a Master's in Administration from Cardinal Stritch University, WI, and Bachelor's in Education from Concordia University, WI. Michael is excited about education and helping schools enhance the learning environment for the students enrolled in them.