Michael Daulbaugh joined Streetsboro City Schools in 2010. At that time, he was chosen as the principal at Campus Elementary School. He served in this role supporting students and staff until he was named the district Director of Curriculum and Instruction in 2012.
Mr. Daulbaugh served in this role for one year while being mentored to be the superintendent in June, 2013. Since June of 2013, Mr. Daulbaugh as served the district and community as superintendent.
Prior to working in Streetsboro, Michael spent his career as a teacher, staff development coordinator for Stark County, middle school assistant principal, elementary principal, director of curriculum and instruction, federal programs director, student services coordinator and a testing coordinator.
Mr. Daulbaugh is also a proud father of a blended family of five children; four of which are attending college and one a junior at Glenoak High School.
Cynthia Deevers joined Streetsboro City Schools in 1996. During her time with Streetsboro she has worked with a wide variety of students in the elementary and secondary levels as a classroom teacher, intervention specialist and principal.
Cindy earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Bowling Green State University and a Masters Degree in Education from Marygrove College. She completed her administrative course work at Ashland University, was awarded Ohio Administrative Licensure in 2017 and has been serving as the Director of Student Services since April, 2019.
C.J. Scarcipino joined Streetsboro City School District in April 2017. He brings with him a unique background in school finance and school operations. Before joining Streetsboro City School District, C.J. worked for the Auditor of State’s office conducting Performance Audits.
He earned a degree in Business Administration from Cleveland State University. C.J. also has a Treasurer’s License and Business Manager License.
C.J. and his wife have three children and two dogs. He enjoys spending time with his family and coaching football and basketball.
Director of Operations
Leveraging over a decade of central office experience, Andreas is an accomplished educational strategist and system architect dedicated to driving operational excellence within academic institutions. Holding a Superintendent’s license from Kent State University, his expertise lies in envisioning and executing transformative strategies that streamline processes, fortify support structures, and elevate the standards of educational leadership.
Andreas is currently embarking on a qualitative dissertation that delves into the nuances of transitional leadership—specifically exploring the adequacy of support mechanisms when promoting internally, with a special focus on non-instructional departments such as school transportation, food service, maintenance, and central office roles.
In addition to his academic and professional pursuits, Andreas has demonstrated commitment and discipline by competing nationally in orienteering and pistol shooting. This unique blend of leadership, analytical acumen, and perseverance positions Andreas effectively to instigate and manage constructive change across educational landscapes.
Matthew Ile joined Streetsboro City Schools as Director of Curriculum & Instruction in July 2019. His prior experience included classroom teaching at the elementary and middle school levels. He also served his prior district as K-12 Instructional Supervisor before becoming an elementary principal. Matt earned his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from The University of Akron and his Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Ashland University.
He completed additional administrative course work at Ashland University and was awarded his Ohio Administrative License in 2003. Matt is entering his third decade serving staff and students. In addition to his work as curriculum director, Matt also enjoys spending time with his family and friends, training for marathons, boating, woodworking and working in his yard.
Brett is the principal at Streetsboro High School. Prior to that, he served three years as the principal at Willowick Middle School, part of the Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools, and one year as the assistant principal there. He began his teaching career at Normandy High School, teaching Social Studies, in particular US history. He also student-taught and began his educational career at Solon High School.
Brett graduated from Solon High School in 2006, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in History from John Carroll University in 2010. He graduated with his Master’s in Educational Leadership in 2016 from Concordia University (Chicago), and is wrapping up his Superintendent Licensure from Ursuline College in April 2021.
He most loves spending time with his family. His family consists of his wife, Kate, daughter Kennedy, and their soon-to-be twins, due in April 2021. Aside from being with his family, he enjoys coaching and playing sports, and spending time with friends.
This is my 15th year in education. I taught at Defer and SMS for the first 14 years of my career. My bachelor’s degree was completed in 2006 from Hiram College in Middle Childhood Education. I have a Master’s degree from Kent State University in Curriculum & Instruction, with a focus on math specialization, completed in 2010.
I completed a Master’s degree in Educational Administration at Kent State University in 2016. I’m looking forward to bringing my passion for conceptual mathematics instruction and equity for students to the administration chapter of my career. Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my two children, Jayden & Ava, and my husband.
Julie Taylor joined Streetsboro City Schools in July of 2019 as the Assistant Principal at the High School. Prior to coming to Streetsboro, she was a teacher, coach and administrator in two other districts. She is now the Principal at Streetsboro Middle School.
She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Education degree from Cleveland State University and a Master’s in Educational Administration from Ashland University. Julie enjoys time with friends and family, especially her three nieces. She spends a lot of time traveling, watching sports and being outdoors.
Mrs. Abraham was a principal at Elmwood Elementary School in Garfield Heights and is new to Streetsboro City Schools. Ms. Abraham earned her degree in Music Education from Baldwin Wallace, a Master’s in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College, her Administrative License from Cleveland State University, and her Superintendent Licensure from Ashland University.
Mrs. Abraham has received a very warm welcome and is excited to meet our SES families. She lives in Brunswick with her husband, Mark, her children John, Laura, and Robert, and her father-in-law, Grandpa John. Mrs. Abraham enjoys reading, playing piano, and spending time with her family.
Lee Weppler joined Streetsboro City Schools in August 2022 as the Assistant Principal of the Middle School. He brings fourteen years of experience in education where he was a High School Principal, Assistant Principal, Director of Child Nutrition, Teacher, and Coach.
He earned his bachelor’s degree from West Liberty University in 2007. He graduated with his Master’s in Educational Leadership in 2014 from Salem University. Lee and his wife have two daughters and a dog. He enjoys spending time with his family, coaching, and being outdoors.
Jen Wolf is the Assistant Principal at Streetsboro Elementary School. Prior to this, she taught at Henry Defer and SMS where she was an Intervention Specialist with a focus in math. She has been teaching in Streetsboro since 2008.
She earned her bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University in 2007. In 2012 she earned a Master’s degree from Kent State University in Curriculum and Instruction. She also earned her Post Master’s Certificate in Educational Leadership from Salem University in 2020. Outside of school Jen enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her husband and two girls.
Randy Tevepaugh began his career at Streetsboro in 2011. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Kent State University and a Master’s Degree in Athletic Administration from American Public University.
Mr. Tevepaugh earned his CMAA – Certified Master Athletic Administrator’s credential while at Streetsboro.
Mr. Tevepaugh serves on the OHSAA District Athletic Board and the NEOIAAA Executive Board.
Mr. Tevepaugh lives in Chagrin Falls with his wife Denise. He enjoys spending time with his family, hiking and cycling as a member of the Cleveland Indians – VeloSano Team.
Last updated: October 3, 2023 at 15:15 pm