Seaman Superintendent leaves education to build relationships in sports



TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Seaman Schools’ superintendent Steve Noble is buying and selling textbooks for turf as he accepted a place with a sports development firm after his retirement.

Mammoth Sports Construction says retiring Seaman Schools superintendent Dr. Steve Noble has accepted a place with the corporate as Director of Business Development and can start his new function on July 1.

Noble brings over three many years of expertise as a Kansas educator and coach to Mammoth, with the final six years at Seaman earlier than he introduced his retirement on Feb. 3.

“Steve’s experience as a teacher, coach, principal and superintendent is a perfect fit for Mammoth and we’re thrilled to have him on the team to keep serving communities and students in a new way,” stated Mammoth President Jake Farrant.

Mammoth indicated Noble and his household plan to keep in the Captial City for a yr whereas his daughter completes her senior yr at Seaman. The household will then transfer to the Wichita space to make connections with superintendents and boards throughout the state.

Noble stated the brand new place permits him to create relationships together with his ardour for sports, athletics and actions.

“Athletics is one of the best at-risk programs I’ve come across,” Noble stated. “It’s effective at teaching life skills, competition, the importance of being part of a team, working hard, and overcoming challenges.”

Mammoth stated Noble is embedded in Kansas’s instructional neighborhood as a member of the Kansas Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, Kansas Principals Association, and on the Board of Directors on the Kansas School Superintendents Association. He is at the moment the President of the United School Administrators of Kansas.

Noble is a Pittsburg State University graduate, the place he performed soccer for 2 years after taking part in two years at Dodge City Community College. He earned a grasp’s in instructional administration from Eastern Illinois University and his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Wichita State University.

In his instructional profession, Noble has taught center and highschool industrial know-how in Rose Hill, Great Bend and Osceola, Mo. He held a wide range of administrative roles in Haven USD 312, which embrace athletic and actions director, assistant principal and director of curriculum and instruction.

Before Noble was named superintendent at Seaman, he served as Superintendent of Schools at USD 410 Hillsboro.

Throughout his instructional profession, Mammoth stated Noble has prioritized relationships and the worth athletics convey to the neighborhood.

“Athletic programs are like the front porch program for any school district and community,” Noble stated.  “It’s what people see. It energizes a community and a district.”

As Seaman superintendent, Noble stated he loved working with Mammoth on numerous tasks comparable to a turf soccer facility and set up of handrails.

“When we did the soccer field project, Mammoth was very helpful in getting that campaign off the ground and wrapping our heads around how to make it happen with the support of donors and school district money,” Noble stated. “I’m thrilled for the opportunity to keep serving schools across Kansas in a new way.”

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