HOLLAND — Holland High School has its newest assistant principal. The district’s school board approved the hiring of Zach Kapla to the position Wednesday, July 6.

Kapla, a 2002 Holland High graduate, has worked at the school for the last 15 years. He has been a social studies teacher, director of HVRT, the district’s online learning coordinator during COVID-19 and has been involved with various sports and clubs. 

Holland’s school board approved the hiring of Zach Kapla as Holland High School assistant principal Wednesday, July 6.

“You’d be hard pressed to find someone with more love and dedication to HPS than Mr. Kapla,” Superintendent Nick Cassidy said to the board in recommending the hire. “He has a heart for kids and improving outcomes and I’m excited to bring the recommendation to the board.”

Kapla’s hire ends a chain of internal administrative hires that started earlier this year with the retirement of Deputy Superintendent Karen Sherwood. 





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