Dan Zang

RHS September 11 Tribute

August 9, 2012 // 0 Comments

by DAN ZANG Principal, Rockford High School “Our enemies have made the mistake that America’s enemies always make. They saw liberty and thought they saw weakness,” President George W. Bush. Very shortly we will start a new academic year at Rockford High School (RHS). It is very exciting to see not only our students come back to campus but to also welcome countless [...]

Rockford men’s water polo fields 10 Academic All Americans

September 29, 2011 // 0 Comments

Pictured are (front row, l–r) Rockford Athletic Director Tim Erickson, Mike Arend, Cody Brown, Allyn Kinney, Alex Savage, Rockford Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Shibler; (back) Grant Beach, Nick Dulak, Corey Fase, Mac Finnie, Nick Willison. Not pictured is Eric Chisholm. The Rockford men’s water polo team excels in the classroom as well as in the pool. [...]

EDUCATION BLACKBOARD — July 14, 2011

July 14, 2011 // 0 Comments

SCHOOL BEAT Presentation of a Graduating Class by DAN ZANG Principal, Rockford High School Rockford High School (RHS) recently celebrated our 2011 commencement ceremony. The class of 2011 is a tremendous group of young men and women who now move on to spread their wings. Below you will find excerpts from this year’s graduation speech: It is, with great honor that I [...]

Gremel awarded Congressional Medal of Merit

April 22, 2010 // 0 Comments

Rockford senior Ashley Gremel has been recognized by the United States House of Representatives with the highly prestigious Congressional Medal of Merit. Gremel was recognized at a ceremony Saturday, April 17 at the Gerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids. Ashley Gremel, awarded the Congressional Medal of Merit, is pictured with Dan Zang, her Rockford High School principal, [...]

Our Greatest Natural Resource is Our Kids

March 19, 2009 // 0 Comments

by DAN ZANG Principal, Rockford High School “Kids these days…” This statement tends to be tossed around from time to time to describe our youth; I imagine out of frustration more times than not—perhaps a statement we run to when we don’t quite understand what our young people are thinking. I assure you, in my role, I am amazed daily by “kids these [...]