With 25 years experience
in education and 18 years experience as an administrator, Dennis Spisak has the experience and knowledge to tackle the significant
issues facing the Struthers City Schools today:
School Funding-The uncertain state funding model, unfunded mandates, voucher programs/charter schools, and balancing school
revenues and expenses.
Instructional Changes-New high stake testing, special education, school safety, the new Common Core academic/instructional
standards, and third-grade guarantee.
Dennis Spisak was instrumental in researching, negotiating, and supporting the lease agreement that saved WKTL-FM and the
Saturday ethnic heritage music programs at our historic radio station. He has helped guide the district’s economic recovery
out of fiscal emergency and improved our academic report card.
Dennis Spisak works to improve our school district for our students and taxpayers.
Dennis is married to his wife Molly, who teaches special needs children at Manor Ave. School for the Mahoning County Educational
Service Center. Their oldest child is a 2007 graduate of Struthers High School and they have two children with special needs
in the Struthers City Schools.
An advocate for every child in our district-Go Cats!
Proven Leadership For Our Schools!