August 25, 2022

Royal Oak Schools hires new Assistant Principal at Royal Oak Middle School

Jason Henshaw to join the district

Leadership Announcements Henshaw

Royal Oak Schools announces the hiring of Jason Henshaw as an Assistant Principal at Royal Oak Middle School (ROMS). 

“I feel so lucky to be joining Royal Oak Schools, it is very exciting to be part of Royal Oak’s community of excellence,” said Henshaw. “Royal Oak has always had a special place in my heart. It is the city where I got married (Royal Oak Farmers Market), my children were born in Beaumont, and I have friends and family in the community. To now have a chance to serve the community is truly an honor.”

Henshaw joins Assistant Principal Dan Colligan, and newly hired Principal, Kristin Meldrum.

“The administrative team is extremely excited to welcome Jason to Royal Oak Middle School,” Meldrum said. “His dedication to his students and collaborative work ethic will make a wonderful addition to our staff and to our community. We can’t wait for him to join us and jump right into the exciting things already happening at ROMS!”

Henshaw grew up in Warren and went to Warren Woods-Tower High School where he played basketball and golf. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University. His masters degree program was focused on educational leadership.

He was recently a social studies and leadership teacher at Warren Woods-Tower High School. 

“I am proud of the things I have accomplished in my 8 years at Warren Woods-Tower. Throughout my career, I have worn many hats and held many leadership roles including coaching varsity boys basketball, serving as the student council advisor, and peer-to-peer coordinator.”

Henshaw says that Royal Oak has always been a special place for him and what appealed to him about the job was that Royal Oak Middle School had teachers that truly cared for students and were willing to work hard to do what is best for the kids. He says that his goal as an administrator is to bring a fresh perspective and energy to ROMS emphasizing on building relationships, ensuring equity, and being connected to students, staff, and the community. He plans to be visible and available to students, staff, and families to ensure that teaching and learning are happening in every classroom.

“I am most looking forward to serving students, supporting an amazing staff, and building relationships with families and the community.”

Henshaw is married to his wife Jessica. They have two children, Jack and Josie.

 

Henshaw and wife Henshaw kids