Wausau administrator named school superintendent in Antigo

ANTIGO (WAOW) – The Antigo School District has a new superintendent – Julie Sprague.

The Antigo native currently serves as director of curriculum and education for the Wausau School District.

She replaces Colleen Timm who took over a year ago as the school board proposed changes to consolidate schools. No reason for Timm’s resignation has been made public.

Sprague will be the third top administrator in Antigo in four years. Her annual salary will be $140,000, the school said.

Timm replaced Brian Misfeldt, a teacher and administrator in the district for 10 years. He resigned to take a similar job in Bloomer, nearer to Chippewa Falls, his hometown.

Misfeldt was superintendent-designee for one year before taking over as superintendent last year.

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