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William Prenevost

William (Bill) Prenevost

Emeritus Faculty

Phone: 206-281-2370
Office: Peterson Hall 413

Education: BS, Montana State University, 1969; MEd, University of Washington, 1974; EdD, University of Washington, 1992. At SPU since 2006.

Dr. William (Bill) Prenevost was superintendent of schools in the Monroe School District for 13 years. He brings over 33 years as an educational leader who served as an assistant superintendent of instructional services, high school and junior high school principal, and assistant principal/athletic director. During his tenure as superintendent, Dr. Prenevost led the district in meeting the challenges of over a 25 percent increase on student population that resulted in positive community support for the successful opening of a new high school, middle school, and elementary school.

In addition, he was recognized for creating several community partnerships such as with Everett Community College in opening a branch campus in Monroe and non-profit community and governmental entities in creating a community diversity task force to meet the needs of an increasing minority community population. He led the efforts to establish a community-based health and safety network to address the needs of students in east Snohomish County and established several K–12 alternative education programs focused on improving student retention and achievement as well as providing choice options for parents and students.

Dr. Prenevost’s professional interests are in the development of educational leaders, teacher and administrative evaluation systems, and school finance.

Please view Dr. Prenevost’s CV (PDF) for more information.

Bill Prenevost

Why I Teach at SPU

William Prenevost, Associate Professor of Educational Administration and Supervision; Chair of Educational Leadership

“As a school superintendent I knew that the education candidates from SPU were well prepared, competent, and people of extraordinary character. I also served on the Educational Leadership Advisory Board and gained knowledge of the program’s quality. Teaching at SPU allows me to not only be part of preparing future educational leaders but also being part of a faith community that has an influence on the character of future leaders.”