As plans are being made for the next season - the next year - at Geneva School, Athletic Director Scott Stolle has decided he will not return to serve as the AD.
is devoting his
time to managing the "family business," the dance studios that bear the name of his
For several years, Scott
has tried to manage the business of the studios while also serving as our AD.
The time has come, he
said, to commit to the studios.
We will miss Scott
We now begin the process of finding a replacement.
joined us in 2009, he
came to help coach JV and Logic School six-man football, teach 8th grade civics and supervise the Grammar School lunch program.
We were a smaller school then with 429 students in grades K-11.
The year prior was our first year of competing at the varsity level.
second year here, Scott
moved to the Assistant AD role with the understanding that he
would be trained for one year before taking over athletics from AD Bill Weehunt.
However, circumstances intervened that fall when Bill suffered a stroke at the state cross-country meet.
Scott assumed the role of AD as Bill attended to his recovery.
Since taking over as the AD
has been a key part of the school's growth and development.
While the trophy cases were filling up, Scott
was also busy serving on the school's senior administrative team, developing an athletics program that fits within the context of a Christian and classical school and allows students to thrive as scholars/artists/athletes, managing the athletics facilities, recruiting and training coaches, conducting surveys, orchestrating the move to 11-man football (which took place this past fall), and organizing the school's Geneva Youth Sports League
has represented Geneva with excellence across the state and has developed an athletics program that is known for its integrity, hard work and graciousness in victory and defeat.
will be missed.
Please join me in thanking him for his
service to the school and wishing Scott
and Heather continued success with their business.