July 5, 2017
The Winston Knolls School Selects Robert Lee as Principal
(Hoffman Estates, IL) – Robert Lee has been named The Winston Knolls School’s Hoffman Estates Campus, principal, as announced today (Wednesday, July 5, 2017) by Val Belmonte, the President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Lee has been acting principal during Kimberly Brown’s personal leave from The Winston Knolls School. Lee is a seasoned school assistant principal and senior level administrator, with extensive special education experience and has a solid working relationship with school districts including the Illinois Board of Education.
“After an extensive search with an excellent candidate’s pool, I am thrilled to select Robert to lead our school,” said Belmonte. “I know Robert is a great fit for The Winston Knolls School,” said Belmonte. “He knows the school well from his time here, and I know he is exactly what Winston Knolls needs to rise to the next level of excellence”.
“I am very honored and proud for this opportunity to be the next principal at the school,” said Lee. “I am looking forward to continuing to build upon the rich and successful tradition of The Winston Knolls School and Winston Knolls Education Group. I would like to thank Val Belmonte for entrusting me with this opportunity,” added Lee.
Robert Lee has been acting principal for the past two months and also served as dean of students and assistant principal at The Winston Knolls School for the past three years.
About Winston Knolls
Since 2000, Winston Knolls Education Group is a State of Illinois 501-(c)-(3) nonprofit organization providing specialized education programming and professional related therapeutic services for individuals requiring personalized academic, behavioral and social interventions. Winston Knolls Education Group is presently providing services for students from more than 30 school districts throughout the Chicagoland Area.
Winston Knolls Education Group’s educational facility, The Winston Knolls School at Hoffman Estates Campus is a non-public special education Pre-Kindergarten through 12 grade high school approved by the Illinois State Board of Education. Here we provide school-based services to children (ages 3-19) diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and other related disorders such as emotional / behavioral disorders, developmental disabilities and other health impairments.