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Nick Angel Chosen as Grass Lake Schools Superintendent

(Chelsea Update would like to thank Mike Kapolka for the information in this story.)

The Chelsea School District (CSD) announces, with both pride and a hint of nostalgia, the departure of Chelsea High School Principal Dr. Nicholas Angel, who has served our school community with unwavering dedication for 16 remarkable years.

His selection by the Grass Lake Community Schools Board of Education as its next superintendent is a testament to his tireless commitment and exemplary service to the CSD and public education.

Throughout his tenure, Angel has been an inspirational figure, always placing the needs of our students and staff at the forefront of his efforts. His leadership has left an indelible mark on our school community, and his departure will be felt deeply by many who have had the privilege of working alongside him.

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude for his invaluable contributions and eagerly anticipate his continued success with the Grass Lake Community Schools. Nick’s intense advocacy for students and his boundless energy will undoubtedly enrich his new community, just as it has ours,” Superintendent of Chelsea Schools Mike Kapolka said in a press release.

In light of this transition, we now embark on a significant and reflective journey to find a new leader for Chelsea High School (CHS). It has been 35 years since we last posted this position, a testament to the enduring stability and excellence that defines CHS.

We are committed to a thorough and inclusive search process to ensure we identify a candidate who will uphold and further the high standards our community has come to expect, he said.

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