Nancy Voise, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education

  • Nancy began her career at Naperville 203 as a Principal at Jefferson Junior High School in 2009. Before joining the District she was the first principal of John F. Kennedy Middle School in the Plainfield School District.  Other administrative experience includes serving as an assistant principal at Plainfield North High School.  Her teaching and counseling career spans both Washington State and Illinois at the elementary, middle, high school and college levels.  
    As the Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education, her responsibilities include ensuring the safety and operations of all secondary schools, supporting the District’s middle and high school co-curricular programs, overseeing the review and administration of student discipline, supervision and expulsion policies, and the support, supervision and evaluation of middle school and high school principals.
    What Nancy appreciates about Naperville 203 is the amazing staff that is committed to meeting the needs of our students, and the fact that we are equally blessed with a supportive parent community. She appreciates the opportunity to support staff, students, and families at this level and is always willing to work collaboratively to resolve any concerns that may arise.   
    Nancy has a Bachelor of Arts in Law and Justice from Central Washington University, Secondary Teaching Certificate in Social Studies from Prescott College, Master of Guidance and Counseling Development from Eastern Washington University, and Type 75 Administration Certificate from North Central College. 
    Nancy is a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Joliet and a volunteer member of the Community Emergency Response Team in Plainfield.  In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and traveling.  She and her husband, Roger, have two adult daughters, Courtney and Cassidy.