Pawlowski, with a bachelor's degree in Education and a minor in Mathematics, is working on a master's degree in human resource management, according to an article published by the Huron Daily Tribune.
Here is an excerpt from the Huron Daily Tribune article:
More than 20 years ago, Tricia Pawlowski walked the halls of Deckerville Community Schools as a student, getting prepared for college and life as an adult.Huron Daily Tribune:
Today, Pawlowski is walking the halls of the school as its superintendent, working side by side with teachers and administration to help prepare students for the next stage in their lives.
During a special board meeting late last week, the board of education selected Pawlowski as the district’s leader. She had been serving as the interim superintendent since July 1, after former Superintendent Don Schelke made the move to the Bad Axe Public Schools superintendent slot.