Two new assistant principals to join Palatine High School

  • Antonette Minniti will join Palatine High School as an assistant principal.

    Antonette Minniti will join Palatine High School as an assistant principal.

  • Michelle Bremehr will join Palatine High School as an assistant principal.

    Michelle Bremehr will join Palatine High School as an assistant principal.

 
Submitted by Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211
Posted2/22/2022 11:10 AM

Two experienced educators have joined Palatine High School's administrative team.

The Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 Board of Education recently approved the appointments of Antonette Minniti and Michelle Bremehr as new 10-month assistant principals.

 

Their roles are effective Aug. 1.

"The addition of Dr. Minniti and Ms. Bremehr will make a tremendous impact on the students of Palatine High School," Principal Tony Medina said in a news release. "Their diverse experiences will support our varying needs, and we are very excited to welcome them."

Bremehr is currently the principal of Truman Middle College Charter School in Chicago, a position she has held since 2016. She began her teaching career in 2010 as a language arts teacher at Oak Grove School in Green Oaks.

In 2001, she transitioned to Truman as an English teacher. She holds a degree in English from the University of Illinois and master's degrees in both English education and educational leadership.

Minniti is currently the student services department chair at Fremd High School, a position she has held since the 2019-2020 school year. She began her teaching career as an English teacher at Fremd in 2001, and also served Fremd as English Department chair and a counselor.

She holds a degree in English from the University of Illinois; master's degrees in both communications, media and theater and educational administration from Northern Illinois University; a third master's in school counseling from Roosevelt University; and a doctorate in teaching and learning from Illinois State University.

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