Monte Cassino Names Moore

STEVE MOORE

Monte Cassino School has named Steve Moore to the newly created position of assistant school director. In this capacity, Moore will work with School Director Sister Mary Clare Buthod, O.S.B., to serve the Monte Cassino community by providing leadership to its students, faculty, and staff.

Moore will move to this new role in July 2007. Currently, Moore is Monte Cassino’s acting middle school principal, where he has served since spring of 2006. In his new capacity as assistant school director, Moore will directly oversee the departments of finance, admission, school advancement, and maintenance.

“We are absolutely thrilled that Steve has taken this new position within our Monte Cassino school community,” Buthod says. “While overseeing the middle school, Steve has done a tremendous job. And because of his outstanding leadership, dedication to this school, and admirable Christian spirit, I am excited to work with Steve to encourage, support, and lead Monte Cassino School.”

Moore has been involved with Monte Cassino since 1989, volunteering with the school as his children have attended. Before taking the position as interim middle school principal in 2006, Moore was Monte Cassino’s assistant athletic director for one year. Moore has been a private investor since 1982, and he owned the Steve Moore Insurance Agency from 1982 to 1996. He also worked in the banking and retail grocery industries. Moore obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in business from Oklahoma State University.

The creation of the assistant school director position is a result of a new organizational structure for Monte Cassino School. This new organizational structure is much more fluid than the original organizational structure of the school.

“Our original organizational structure was just too flat, and it really didn’t represent how we see ourselves as a Benedictine community,” Buthod says. “With our new organizational structure, we work to support one another; we encourage relationships throughout the school; we best serve the needs of our students.”

The new structure focuses on “servant leadership” and is a reflection of the Benedictine spirit, Monte Cassino’s existing style of leadership, and the school as a whole. It encourages healthy relationships and community, promotes vision and creativity, develops and supports faculty and staff, and takes children where they want to go.

Updated 02-26-2007

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