Mr. Kurt Scheiderer
Mr. Scheiderer joined the Licking Heights team in the summer of 2013 as the principal at Licking Heights South Elementary School. Each day, South opens it's doors to over 850 kindergarten through 4th grade students. Mr. Scheiderer began his teaching career for Columbus City Schools where he taught third and fourth grades from 1997-2001. After leaving Columbus, he returned to his alma mater in Reynoldsburg, where he taught third grade and worked as an intervention specialist until 2005. For the next eight years, Mr. Scheiderer served as a Dean of Students, Instructional Coach and Assistant Principal for Reynoldsburg City Schools.
 
Mr. Scheiderer graduated from Capital University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. He earned his Master’s degree in Classroom Instruction and Literacy from Ashland University in 2004. Mr. Scheiderer continued his education at Dayton University where he earned his Principal’s License in 2010. He currently holds a Pre K-12 Principal’s License as well as a 1-8 Teaching License and Reading Endorsement.
 
As the principal of South Elementary School, Mr. Scheiderer has tried to build a climate that is conducive to both teaching and learning. He believes that every student is capable of learning and the goal is to help students reach their full potential.

Instructional materials

Any person or group, having a legitimate interest in the operations of Licking Heights Local Schools, has the right to present a request, suggestion, or complaint concerning the educational program or the operations of the district. Requests must be put in writing and should be initially addressed to the building principal. Members of the public may also inspect instruction materials by requesting an appointment with the building principal. If the request, suggestion, or complaint relates to instructional materials such as books, textbooks, or other instructional aids used in the District, the information should include author, title, and sections objected to. This information will be forwarded to the district office and reviewed by an administrative committee.
 
Mr. Kurt Scheiderer