Stumpf Named Assistant Superintendent in Greenfield

By Benjamin Cox on September 29, 2022 at 6:16am

One Central Illinois school district will be losing a key administrator while another gains one next summer.

Winchester Elementary Principal Andy Stumpf has been hired as an assistant superintendent for Greenfield School District. The hiring took place at Greenfield’s September 19th board meeting, with Stumpf beginning his new duties with Greenfield starting in July 2023. Stumpf is currently in the last year of his contract with the Winchester School District and is currently working on receiving full superintendent licensure with the state. Stumpf is expected to complete his licensure with the state in December.

Stumpf will replace Greenfield interim superintendent Dr. William Phillips. Phillips replaced Dr. Kevin Bowman, who left Greenfield-Northwestern to return to Piasa-Southwestern as their superintendent this year.

Stumpf is a 2000 graduate of Carrollton High School. He began his teaching career, returning to Carrollton in 2005 where he spent the next 9 years before he received his administrator’s certificate. He took over as principal in Brussels in 2014 before moving to Winchester in 2017. Stumpf told the Greene Prairie Press that the career move is a bit of a homecoming.