New Lebanon CSD is proud to welcome Josh Noble as the new principal of Walter B. Howard Elementary School. Mr. Noble succeeds Andrew Kourt, who is moving to the role of Superintendent of Schools when current Superintendent Leslie Whitcomb retires at the end of September.
Here is some information that Mr. Noble shared about himself. Congratulations Mr. Noble!
Where did you work previously?
I worked at Smithtown Central School for one year as a 6th grade Math and ELA teacher, Chatham Central School for 13 years teaching Math at grades 5, 7, and 8. I then joined New Lebanon Central School District as the JS/HS Assistant Principal and Athletic Director four years ago.
What is your education?
I completed my Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and Math 7-9 at SUNY Oswego, my Masters Degree at Walden University in Middle Level Education, and earned a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies for School Administration at MCLA.
What do you look forward to in your new position?
I’m happy to be provided the opportunity to remain in the New Lebanon family. I’m excited to work with our youngest students, be a part of the fantastic WBH staff, and get to know more of the wonderful families in our district. I can’t wait to experience the energy and excitement that is Walter B. Howard Elementary School.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
My favorite things to do when I’m not working are to hang out with my wife and daughters, play golf, listen to music, and play video games.