In the face of budget cuts and declining resources for education, a Michiana superintendent is recognized for his leadership.
Doctor Craig Hintz, superintendent of Warsaw Community Schools, was selected as Indiana Superintendent of the Year, an honor bestowed annually by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents.
The organization says Hintz is working to make Warsaw a national model for education excellence. Since Hintz’s tenure, the high school graduation rate has risen nearly 12 percent in his district. Dr. Hintz has served as Warsaw Superintendent since 2009 after working in Minnesota, Indianapolis, and Iowa.