Dr. Pete Clabough
I was born in Rockford, IL and I have been an educator since 1995. I obtained my undergraduate degree in Biology and Teaching from Illinois State University. I received my masters degree in Educational Leadership from Lewis University and earned my Doctorate of Education degree from Aurora University. I started my education career in 1995 as a High School Biology Teacher.
In 2000 I started my career at West Aurora as an Assistant Principal at Washington. I am currently the Principal at Smith Elementary School.
I believe in the potential of every child and will continue to work passionately toward helping our students reach their maximum potential by providing them with safe and challenging learning experiences.
"It is an honor and a privilege to be the Principal at Smith Elementary School."