Dr. Todd Wernet
Lockport Township High School District 205 is is led by Superintendent Dr. Todd Wernet, who has been an educator for more than 30 years and has been employed by District 205 since 2002 in a variety of administrative positions. He has served the district since 2006 as the Assistant Superintendent for Personnel and previously had served as Principal of Central Campus, Assistant Principal of East Campus and Dean of Students.
Dr. Wernet earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice University in Managerial Studies and his Master of Arts degree in School Administration from Governors State University. He earned his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Illinois State University.
of Curriculum and Instruction
Dr. Brett Gould
Dr. Brett Gould serves as the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. Prior to his current position, Dr. Gould served as Principal at East campus for five years. He earned a doctorate majoring in educational administration from Illinois State University and also has a master degree in educational administration from Governor’s State University, which was awarded in 1988.
Gould began his career in education as a social studies teacher at Union School and Romeoville High School before becoming the humanities division chairperson at Bolingbrook High School in 1992. He became dean of students at LTHS in 1994 and later served as Assistant Principal before becoming Principal at East campus.
Mr. Anthony Cundari
Mr. Anthony Cundari is the Assistant Superintendent for Personnel. Prior to joining the LTHS administrative team, Mr. Cundari served as the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources in Cicero District 99 and the Director of Curriculum and Personnel in South Berwyn School District 100, where he also held the positions of middle school principal, elementary principal, middle school assistant principal, and teacher.
Mr. Cundari received his Bachelor’s Degree from MacMurray College in Jacksonville, IL majoring in Secondary Education and English. He earned his Master of Educational Administration from Governors State University and currently is working on his Ed. D. in Education Administration from Aurora University.
Principal of East Campus
Dennis Hicks became the East Campus principal on July 1, 2010 after serving as the Central Campus principal for four years.
Hicks earned his master degree in educational administration
in 1996 from Governor’s State University and later served as assistant
principal at Valley View High School from 2002 to 2006 before coming to Central Campus. Prior to his role at Valley View, Hicks served as dean of students and
a math teacher at LTHS.
Principal of Central Campus
Mrs. Kerri Green
Kerri Green, formerly assistant principal at East Campus, was named Central Campus principal in 2011.
Green, who has been with the district for 17 years, spent one year serving as the science department chairperson and six years as a biology teacher at District 205 before becoming an East Campus assistant principal seven years ago. She also has coached tennis, basketball, volleyball and softball.
Green earned a Masters of Art in Educational
Administration in 2000 from Governors State University and a Bachelors of
Science in Biology from the College of St. Francis in 1997.
Director of Development/Public Relations/Foundation
Mrs. Kimberly Brehm
Kim Brehm joined the LTHS family in 2009, after serving 20 years as a reporter and news editor for the SunTimes News Media Group. Her byline has appeared in Disney's Family Fun Magazine, Elite Magazine, and Fitness Magazine. She earned first place in the 2006 Illinois Press Association for Original Column and second place in the 2006 Suburban Newspapers of America for her Personal Viewpoint.
Brehm earned her Bachelor of Arts/Journalism from Columbia College of Chicago with a Concentration in Print Journalism and a minor in Public Relations in 2000.
Director of Business Services
Mrs. Stefanie Croix
Stefanie Croix is the Director of Business
Services at LTHS. Prior to her current position, Croix served as the assistant business
manager since 2006. Prior to coming to LTHS, Croix served as an accounting
manager at Matteson Elementary School District 162 and an
administrative assistant for business services at Consolidated High School
Croix earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from
Illinois State University in 1996 and a Master of Science degree in Education
from Northern Illinois University in 2004. She is a Certified Public Accountant
and received an Illinois Professional Educator License with Chief School
Business Official endorsement. She also is a member of the Illinois Association of School
Business Officials and the Legal Issues Professional Development Committee.Director of Technology
Mr. Matthew Dusterhoft
Since 2005, Matt Dusterhoft has served as the district's technology director. Prior to LTHS, Dusterhoft was the Director of Technology for North Palos
School District 205. Dusterhoft has worked for private businesses since 1995, providing technology support at all
levels from Help Desk to Network Engineer.
Dusterhoft earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and an MBA from the University of Illinois-Urbana.
Director of Special Education
Dr. Angela Huntington
Angela Huntington is the Director of Special Education at LTHS. Huntington previously served as transition specialist, special education teacher, and Director of Special Services at Consolidated School District 230.
Huntington completed her doctorate studies at Illinois State University. She earned her Master in Educational Administration and Supervision
from Chicago State University and her Bachelor of Science in Special Education
from Northern Illinois University.
Director of Community Wellness Center
Mrs. Susan Kleffman
Sue Kleffman is the Direcor of the LTHS Community Wellness Center (CWC). Prior to LTHS, Kleffman was the Superintendent of Recreation for the Romeoville Recreation Department, after first serving as the Facility and Parks Supervisor and Special Events Coordinator.
Kleffman earned a Bachelor of Science, Recreation and Park Administration, from Illinois State University.
Director of Facilities Management
Mr. William Thompson
Mr. Thompson is the Director of Facilities Management, which makes him responsible for all LTHS buildings and grounds. Prior to LTHS, Thompson was the assistant chief engineer at Roosevelt University and owned/operated an A/C refrigeration company.
Thompson earned a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration at Roosevelt University.