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Aaron Leniski

Director of Athletics and Student Activities At Penn High School

Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation

HQ Phone:  (574) 259-7941

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Email: a***@***.us

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Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation

55900 Bittersweet Road

Mishawaka, Indiana,46545

United States

Company Description

The Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation offers a night school program whose purpose is to provide coursework for a high school diploma. There is a comprehensive core curriculum of North Central Association-approved courses delivered through NovaNET, an inte...more

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The Pennant

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"Safety and security is always our top priority for our students," Penn High School athletic director Aaron Leniski said.


pennant.phmschools.org

"Penn's Athletic Programs have carved out a special legacy with their effort and achievement," Penn High School Athletic Director Aaron Leniski said.
"We look forward to building on the successes of one of Indiana's great high school athletic traditions in 2016-17, and cheering on our student-athletes to new achievements," Leniski continued.


pennant.phmschools.org

Aaron Leniski has traveled an interesting road to becoming Penn High School's athletic director.
After graduating from Penn High School in 1998, where he played on three state championship football teams and ran track, he moved on to play football at the University of Findlay, in Ohio. In 2003, he came back to Penn High School to teach engineering and robotics. He then served as Penn's associate athletic director from 2005 to 2012, and served as Madison Elementary School's principal until he returned to his roots this past summer when he was offered the job as Penn High School's athletic director. Considering the new TCU sponsorship deal he's already signed for Freed Field, and the success of Penn athletics this fall, he's off to a great start. Leniski's view for Penn athletics reflects the Penn-Harris-Madison philosophy. "I view athletics as an extension of the classroom," Leniski said. "And coaches are teachers in a different atmosphere. The role of a coach is to take a student-athlete where they can't take themselves. We challenge them to be more than they thought they could be." According to Leniski, there won't be any major changes coming to Penn's athletic department, but he said that he has noticed major differences from his time as a student at Penn to his time as an administrator. "One of the biggest changes I've noticed is the effect of social media on the athletics department," said Leniski. "For example, if Camden Bohn throws a touchdown, it's all over Twitter almost before it's on the scoreboard." Even though having fans supporting Penn on social media is good, it's still important for students to come out to the games to have fun and support Penn, said Leniski. "The new technology is great and all, but we still need people screaming in the stands. We need students to realize that coming out to the games is actually worth their time. The atmosphere is amazing." Leniski also wants students to know that they can come to him with any questions or concerns that they have. "I want students to know that I'm approachable," said Leniski.


www.elkharttruth.com

Aaron Leniski named Penn High School athletic director
A 1998 Penn graduate, Leniski succeeds Ben Karasiak. MISHAWAKA - Aaron Leniski is expected to be approved as Penn High School athletic director during a Penn-Harris-Madison school board meeting Monday, May 11. Leniski's appointment becomes effective July 1, according to a PHM news release. He replaces Ben Karasiak, who previously announced his intention to retire from the position he's held since 1997. Leniski, a 1998 Penn graduate, served as assistant athletic director under Karasiak from 2005 to 2012 and has since been principal at Madison Elementary. "Aaron Leniski will be a great athletic director for Penn High School," PHM superintendent Jerry Thacker said. A former University of Findlay (Ohio) football player, Leniski earned a math degree from Indiana University South Bend and completed graduate studies at Indiana Wesleyan. He returned to Penn schools in 2003 as a teacher. Penn passing AD torch to Aaron Leniski


Madison Elementary School

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Aaron Leniski named principal at Madison
Aaron Leniski, who most recently held the position of Assistant Director of Athletics and Activities at Penn High School, has been named principal at Madison Elementary School.


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