MANSFIELD -- Mansfield St. Peter's Schools has hired two new principals, one for the high school and another for its elementary school building, according to the Rev. Gregory Hite, paster of St. Peter's Church and Superintendent of St. Peter's Schools.
Ashley Rastorfer, Director of the Montessori and Assistant Elementary Principal, will become the Acting Principal of St. Peter's School, Montessori through grade six, effective Aug. 1.
Rastorfer has been with St. Peter's since 2013 as an elementary teacher in pre-school, kindergarten, third and fourth grades. She earned her Master of Education in Administration from Ashland University and has a Professional Early Childhood Teaching License and a Professional Principal License in Ohio.
Rastorfer is also an adjunct instructor at Ashland University's College of Education.
Jonathan R. Cuttitta, Dean of Students at St. Peter's High School since 2014, will become the Acting Principal of St. Peter's High School and Junior High, grades 7 through 12. He has worked at St. Peter's since 2012, teachign Physics, Chemistry, Algebra 2 and Pre-Algebra.
Cuttitta earned his Master of Education in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education and has a Professional Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) Teaching License and a Professional Principal License (5-12) in the State of Ohio.
St. Peter's School is celebrating 150 years in service to youth and families in the Mansfield community. The school is chartered by the State of Ohio and is fully accredited by the Ohio Catholic Schools Accreditation Association.
For more information on applying to St. Peter's School, contact the office at 419-524-2572.