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The School District of Hillsboro has named its new superintendent. 

Rich Moyer will take over as the new Superintendent, replacing Curt Bisarek who is moving on from the district at the end of the 2022-2023 school year.

Moyer is currently the High School Principal and Curriculum Director of the Darlington Community School District. Prior to that, he held the following administrative positions: 4K-12 Principal at Belmont Community School District, Middle/High School Assistant Principal/Athletic Director at Wisconsin Heights School District, and Middle School Activities Director at Pecatonica Community School District.

“I am privileged and honored to have been selected as the next superintendent of the School District of Hillsboro,” Moyer said. “The Hillsboro community is rich in tradition, school pride, and academic excellence. I am looking forward to working alongside the Board of Education, administration, teachers, staff, students, and the supportive network of parents and community members. Go Tigers!”

Moyer earned a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Aurora University in Illinois and obtained his Wisconsin Superintendent’s license from Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI. He completed his undergraduate work earning his Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Rockford College in Illinois.

“The board found Rich's experiences leading from listening, having respectful discussions and collaboration will make a direct impact on our district's goals to help all students Learn, Achieve & Succeed,” said Board President Jason Oetzman. “His ability to wear multiple hats within a district and lead his team with passion, vision, and integrity is what made our decision to hire Rich as our next Superintendent. We as a board look forward to building our
relationship with Rich and to continuing to strengthen our district.”

Moyer will begin the position with the School District of Hillsboro on July 1st.