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    Keira Quintero, Principal

    Keira Quintero has been in education since 2008. She taught general music for 12 years before becoming an assistant principal in West Aurora in 2020. She served as assistant principal at Roy DeShane School in CCSD93 for the 2022-23 school year. Keira is excited to lead the Cloverdale community as principal, starting in the position in 2023-24 school year.
    Keira has her Bachelor's degree from Elmhurst University and her Masters in Educational Leadership from Aurora University. She also attained National Board Certification in 2019. Additionally, Keira served in various educational policy fellowship programs which had a positive impact on education policies in Illinois. 
    Keira resides in Winfield with her husband and two children. She enjoys running, having completed four half marathons to date. 
    Keira is passionate about students succeeding and reaching their full potential. She values positive relationships with staff, students, and parents and is looking forward to a wonderful year at Cloverdale. 

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    Bob Wroblewski, Assistant Principal

    Bob Wrobelwski has been in education since 2010. Bob taught physical education for 6 years before becoming an assistant principal in School District 54. He has been the assistant principal at Cloverdale since the 2020-21 school year. Bob is a proud Veteran of the US Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. 

    Bob earned his Bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University and holds two Master's degrees in educational leadership from Lamar University and Concordia University. 

    Bob and his wife, Tonia, have two daughters; one of whom is studying to become a teacher. Bob loves spending time with family and friends, being outdoors and being active in his church community. 

    Bob values building strong relationships with students, staff and families at Cloverdale and throughout CCSD93. Bob believes that student success is directly related to the relationships children have with trusted adults in their lives.