Meet the New Administrators at District 123

There are a few new faces in the buildings at District 123, meet our three new administrators for the 2019-2020 school year.

Meet our new Administrators - Sean McNichols - OLHMS Principal. Hello! My name is Sean McNichols and I am honored to serve our community as the new Principal of Oak Lawn-Hometown Middle School!  I am delighted to be part of this passionate, positive and hard-working team. My personal and professional mission is to illuminate one’s confidence to accelerate and maximize their potential. I believe this desire is consistent with the D123 vision and mission along with our school motto that states "Create a dream and make it a reality." My aspiration will be to support this daily. I am looking forward to proactively supporting the positive progress of OLHMS as the hub of the community through a peaceful year of growth and reflection for our scholars and staff as we advocate to prepare today's learners for tomorrow ‘s world.      Don Hantson - OLHMS Assistant Principal. Hi! My name is Don Hantson and I am a former D123 resident and parent, who has 14 year of experience as a teacher, coach, dean, and assistant principal at the middle school and high school levels. Most recently I spent the past two years as an assistant principal at Unity Junior High in Cicero.  I hold a Bachelor’s of Science in Education from Eastern Illinois University and a Master’s of Educational Administration from St. Xavier University. I am also a doctoral candidate at Aurora University. In my free time I cherish time spent with my wife and children. I am excited to start the new year as an assistant principal at OLHMS and work collaboratively with the students, staff, and community to create a dream and make it a reality. Christine Fuller - Supervisor for Early Learning. Hello! I am Christine Fuller, the new Supervisor for Early Learning in District 123.  I am an educator with 19 years of experience.  Most recently I served as Pupil Personnel Service Coordinator for Cook County School District 130.  I know my experience with, and passion for pre-kindergarten and early childhood programming will be an asset to Oak Lawn-Hometown District 123. I am looking forward to meeting everyone in the Oak Lawn-Hometown community this year and collaboratively working together.