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Rob Miller will become the new superintendent of the East Alton Wood River High School District this summer. Miller was recently named to the post by the board after a several month search. Miller replaces the retiring John Pearson, who will step down on June 30.
Miller has been the superintendent of the Sandoval School District for the last three years. Before that, he was a social worker in the Granite City School District, an assistant principal in the Madison School District, and halfway through his first year there, he became principal of Madison Junior-Senior High School, a position he held for 18 years. Miller tells the Big Z this new job is a good fit:
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Miller, a Champaign area native, has lived in Edwardsville for about 20 years. His wife, Mary, is an assistant principal at Edwardsville High School and they have a daughter, Mia. He graduated from University of Illinois with undergraduate and master’s degrees.