Completing its search for a new superintendent, the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board is pleased to announce that Nate Walbruch has been selected as the district’s next superintendent effective on July 1.
Current Superintendent Brad Sellner will be completing his term on June 30. Nate Walbruch and the Board are working on the terms of a tentative agreement which will be finalized at a public meeting in the near future.
“We were very excited to have an excellent field of candidates for the Superintendent position. We interviewed several candidates, and the field was narrowed to three finalists. We reference checked and invited the three candidates back to the district for a second round of interviews,” Board Chair Michelle Heuer said. “We liked all the finalists, but Nate Walbruch emerged as the right fit for our district.“
Nate Walbruch has been the High School Principal at Century High School in Rochester, MN since 2021. He has been a Principal in Plainview-Elgin-Millvile, MN and a Vice Principal in Porter Ridge Elementary in Indian Trail, NC.
He has an Educational Specialist Degree and Bachelor’s Degree in Social Studies from Winona State University and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Wingate University.