AMANDA, Ohio (July 5, 2022) – The Amanda-Clearcreek Board of Education acted to employ Billy Dennis as the new Amanda-Clearcreek High School principal. Dennis has served in education for 22 years in a myriad of roles.
After graduating from Capital University, Dennis served as an intervention specialist at both the elementary and middle school levels in Virginia. When he moved back to Ohio, he was a middle school intervention specialist and high school track and cross country coach at Adena Local Schools. After completing Ohio University’s Rural Principal Preparation Program, he was hired at Westfall Local Schools where he spent 14 years in a variety of roles, including assistant principal, cross country coach, special education director, high school principal and director of Student Services.
“I am excited about joining the Amanda-Clearcreek community as the next high school principal,” Dennis said. “I have developed a passion for rural education and ensuring these students receive the best education possible. Over the course of my career, I have earned a reputation of being calm, fair, and not afraid to try something new.”