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Marc Thielman, a K-12 principal in a small Eastern Washington district, was named last week as superintendent of the Wallowa School District.  He will also serve as its elementary school principal.

Thielman received a three-year contract.  He will replace John Nesemann, who returns to his post as high school principal when Thielman takes the reins on July 1.

Thielman is originally from Spokane where he earned his bachelors degree in 1993 from Whitworth College. He has a Masters Degree is school administration and education leadership from Eastern Washington University. Thielman worked for the Central Valley School District for seven years, where he was a teacher and assistant principal.

Thielman is married and has six children.
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