Our Lady of Lourdes School Welcomes New Principal

September 1, 2016, Omaha, Neb. – Our Lady of Lourdes School, a member of the Omaha Catholic School Consortium, has hired Megan Fiedler as its new principal. Fiedler has been in education for 20 years and has taught 7th through 12th-grade English, reading, speech, and drama; served as a literacy coach for a district working with kindergarten through adult education and was an assistant principal and principal at an elementary school. She has worked in public school districts in Iowa as well as the Omaha Public School District. She comes to Our Lady of Lourdes most recently from Bellevue Public Schools.

Fiedler has a bachelor’s in secondary education from the University of Nebraska Lincoln, a master’s in reading from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and a master’s in education, K-12 administration, from Concordia University.

She and her husband, Michael, and their two sons, Ethan and John, live in Papillion and are parishioners at Mary Our Queen.

“To begin my 20th year of my career at Our Lady of Lourdes and joining the Archdiocese of Omaha and the Consortium Schools has been a blessed transition. I am so thankful to serve the families of Our Lady of Lourdes and our community,” said Fiedler.

“Megan is a wonderful addition to the Consortium administrative team. Her educational background and experience in reading is a great benefit to the Consortium schools and our goal of having every student on grade level in reading by the end of third grade,” said Donna Bishop, Executive Director for the Omaha Catholic School Consortium.

The Omaha Catholic School Consortium is a collaboration of parishes, schools, parents and community partners working together to support Catholic education in southeast Omaha. Students who attend a Consortium school experience a robust curriculum that includes religion, reading, language arts, handwriting, spelling, math, social studies, science, physical education, technology, art and library programs all designed to challenge students and provide an exceptional learning environment.

For more information about the Omaha Catholic School Consortium and its member schools, visit www.omahacsc.org.