August 5, 2020

MUSETTA DENEEN NAMED ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF HERITAGE SCHOOL

SALINE, MICHIGAN August 5, 2020: On Wednesday evening, Musetta Deneen was introduced to the Saline Area Schools (SAS) Board of Education as the new Assistant Principal of Heritage School.

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August 5, 2020 

MUSETTA DENEEN NAMED ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF HERITAGE SCHOOL

SALINE, MICHIGAN August 5, 2020: On Wednesday evening, Musetta Deneen was introduced to the Saline Area Schools (SAS) Board of Education as the new Assistant Principal of Heritage School. Superintendent Graden is excited to welcome new leadership to the Heritage team. “Mrs. Deneen is a dynamic educator who is poised to take the next step of her career at Heritage. She brings a wealth of new ideas with a student focus.” 

Musetta Deneen was previously the Assistant School Leader at FlexTech High School in Brighton, Michigan. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and English and a Master of Arts in Educational Studies, as well as a K-12 Administrator Certificate. Musetta has previously worked in Van Buren Public Schools, Ann Arbor Public Schools and at Pathways to Success Academic Campus as a teacher. Her leadership philosophy is simple: “I believe in having a clear vision for the future and a plan for how to get there.” 

Under the leadership of Megan DeGrand, Musetta has established a set of goals to bring to the team. “The goals I have for my new position are to get to know the Heritage staff, students and parents; continue efforts to ensure all members of the Heritage community are valued; and lastly, to provide an outside perspective that will facilitate organizational growth.”

As a local resident, Musetta is no stranger to the Saline Area Schools environment. “Saline is a community that is welcoming, has a variety of attractions for people with diverse interests and is continuing to grow.  Additionally, I am excited to be a part of an educational community that is committed to putting students at the forefront of what it does.” 

Musetta resides in Pittsfield Township with her husband and six year old Schnauzer dog.