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Loshaw appointed Belleville principal
Kyle Loshaw
Kyle Loshaw

BELLEVILLE — After a closed session special meeting of the Belleville Board of Education on Wednesday, Feb. 21, the School District of Belleville named Kyle Loshaw as the principal of Belleville Middle and High Schools for the 2024-25 school year. Loshaw has spent the last four years as the schools’ associate principal.

Loshaw spent the first eight years of his career as a high school mathematics teacher. He began his career at Reedsburg Area High School. He taught at Oregon High School from 2015-20. Loshaw also has coaching experience at various levels in baseball, basketball, and golf.

Loshaw graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a bachelor’s degree in education, including a math major and a Spanish minor. He earned his master’s degree in educational leadership from Cardinal Stritch University in 2020. Loshaw holds lifetime licenses in mathematics and as a principal and director of instruction.

“Kyle has shown growth in his four years as the associate principal of the middle and high schools,” District Administrator Nate Perry said. “He is passionate, well-spoken, has strong student relationships, and is focused on making data-informed decisions to improve instruction and student achievement.” 

Loshaw will begin his new duties on July 1. Belleville is an “exceeds expectations” school district located in Dane County. Belleville Middle and High Schools’ staff educate 420 students in grades 7-12. 

“The Board believes that Mr. Loshaw has the dedication and energy to take Belleville Middle and High Schools to the next level,” Board President Mike Treder added. “We look forward to his continued growth in conjunction with the achievement of both schools.”

Belleville is the home of the Wildcats and a member of the Capitol Conference. For more information about Belleville Middle and High Schools, visit