Blizzard Warning Activities Cancellation:

Due to the National Weather Service issued BLIZZARD warning for Saturday, Norris is canceling all school-related activities for Saturday, Feb. 23 and Sunday, Feb. 24.

The Fields of Talent Show Choir Contest for Saturday is canceled.

This includes any activities hosted by community organizations at our schools/facilities.

Charlie Hutzler

Charlie Hutzler

High School Assistant Principal / Activities Director
Room Number: 
HS Office
charlie.hutzler [at] nsdtitans.org
402-791-0010 ext.2204
(402) 791-0027

I grew up in West Des Moines, Iowa, where I attended public schools until graduating from Valley High School. My next stop was Iowa State University, where I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology as well as my teaching certificate. While a student at ISU, I gained my first taste of international travel while working with children through the Camp Adventure program. For that experience, I lived for a summer on Misawa Air Base near Misawa, Japan , working as a camp counselor for dependents of U.S. military personnel. I was fortunate enough to gain further international experience at the end of my time at Iowa State by practice teaching in Glasgow, Scotland.

After leaving Ames, I took up my first teaching post in Glenwood, Iowa as a science teacher at Glenwood Community High School. Two years later, I pursued my goal of teaching abroad, accepting a position at the American International School of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. There I taught high school and middle school science and math classes, including International Baccalaureate courses. After earning a Masters of Arts in K-12 Educational Administration through Michigan State University, I took on an administrative role at AISR by becoming the High School Coordinator.
 
During my nine years in the Netherlands, a few major events occurred in my life. The most important was that I married my wife, Jennifer. Our oldest two daughters were born during our time in Rotterdam. In 2006, we made the decision to move back to the United States where I accepted a science teaching position at Norris. We moved our young family to Lincoln, where our third daughter was born. The 2009-2010 school year marked my first year as a member of the Norris administration team. I am honored to serve the Norris community, and look forward to working with our students this year and in the future!
 
 
 

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