Morrison named Norris Intermediate School Principal

Morrison named Norris Intermediate School Principal

Monday, April 27, 2015

Kris Morrison has been selected as the next principal of Norris Intermediate School.

Morrison is a longtime Lincoln Public Schools educator who began her teaching career as a special education teacher in 1996. For the last seven years, she has been the Special Education Coordinator at Irving Middle School in Lincoln, where she has fulfilled a wide variety of leadership team duties from School Improvement planning and implementation to student discipline and staff appraisal.

Morrison majored in Elementary Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and earned a Master of Educational Leadership and administrative endorsement via Doane College.

"As a product of the Norris School District, I am excited to return in this new role," Morrison said. "I look forward to utilizing my teaching and leadership experiences as I begin working with the outstanding students, staff and entire Norris community."

“Kris comes to us with a tremendous experience base in a diverse setting in Lincoln where she acquired practical leadership know-how,” said Norris Superintendent Dr. John Skretta. "We are thrilled to welcome Kris to the Norris District as one of our building principals.”

Morrison is a Norris parent with four children in the school system. Morrison and her husband Jeff and children reside in Firth. She is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Association for Supervison and Curriculum Development.

Morrison’s official duties begin July 1. She will succeed Mike Wentz.