Moorhead's Herrmann is new Sheyenne AD

Cory Herrmann has accepted the position as the next activities director at Sheyenne High School.

The new logo incorporates all three high schools with a color from each comprising the flame component, with green representing West Fargo High, blue representing Sheyenne, and gold representing Horace. Courtesy of West Fargo Public Schools

WEST FARGO — Cory Herrmann has accepted the position as the next activities director at Sheyenne High School.

Herrmann began his career in education as a fitness center director for South Milwaukee Public Schools in 2001. In 2004, he transitioned to the classroom and became a physical education teacher for South Milwaukee Public Schools, a role he held with the district until becoming their physical education and health coordinator. In 2010, he accepted a position with West Fargo Public Schools to teach physical education at Liberty Middle School.

Since 2014, he has been a physical education teacher at Moorhead High School. Herrmann also has extensive experience with event management and coaching football, strength and conditioning, and weightlifting.

Hermann is currently working to complete his specialist degree in educational leadership from Minnesota State University Moorhead. He holds a master’s degree in e-learning technology administration from Northern State University and a bachelor’s degree in exercise sports science from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.

“Mr. Herrmann demonstrates the qualities needed to be a successful activities director at Sheyenne High School," said Sheyenne Principal Ryan Salisbury. "His educational background and unique experiences in teaching, coaching and event management are sure to bring a valuable new perspective to the management of our growing Mustang activities department. We are excited to welcome him to Sheyenne High School.”

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