Interim Head of School
Interim Head of School, Teacher - Upper School Social Studies
Mr. Kraft joined Park Tudor in 2011 as lead academic officer of the school. Prior to coming to Park Tudor, Kraft worked at the Peddie School in Hightstown, NJ, where he served as Academic Dean, Director of Strategic Planning and History Department chair, taught Advanced Placement United States history, and served as both assistant varsity football coach and head girls varsity basketball coach. A graduate of the Lawrenceville School, Mr. Kraft graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The College of William and Mary. He later earned an MA in United States history from the University of Virginia and an MA in Private School Leadership from Columbia University Teachers College, where he was selected as one of twelve Klingenstein Fellows nationwide. His graduate thesis at Columbia examined curricular innovation in Independent Schools.
Associate Head of School for External Affairs, Director of Admissions
Mrs. Hart joined the Park Tudor faculty in 2004 as a Middle School English teacher and served as the English department chair. She has years of experience teaching honors and gifted and talented courses, and she taught grades 6-8 in Washington Township. She has successfully completed internships in leaders, served on curriculum development committees, and gone through extensive training in the teaching of writing. She has also served as an administrator of a private Christian school in Indianapolis, laying the early foundation for admissions and testing, teacher development, and curriculum development. Prior to her current role, she served as Director of the Middle School and Director of Admissions. She continues to lead the Admissions department.
Interim Director of Middle School
Ms. Kerr is an active member in the American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). She helps lead the biennial Middle School trip to Costa Rica and has chaperoned the Middle School European trip. She joined Park Tudor in 2002 and has taught in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools. She has taught both French and Spanish and served as World Languages Department Chair.
Director of the Hilbert Center
Mrs. March taught kindergarten at Park Tudor for 29 years, previously teaching in Warren Township. She previously worked in training and development. She was an adjunct faculty member at IUPUI's "Summer in the City" program. She co-authored the book "Math in a Snap" and has been a national staff development workshop presenter. Mrs. March coordinates planning and communication for the Hilbert Center, grades JK-SK.
Director of Lower School
Ms. McGonagle began teaching at Park Tudor in 1997 in the Hilbert Early Education Center and the Lower School. In 2010, she became Director of Summer Programs, enhancing and expanding the program to provide enrichment at each age level. She served as Assistant Director of the Lower School from 2012-2014 before being named Director of the Lower School. She oversees curriculum and programs in grades 1-5, as well as the science curriculum for the entire Lower School.
Director of Upper School
Mrs. Webster began her teaching career locally at Northwest High School where she taught Algebra in a freshmen learning community. There, Sarah coached girls varsity tennis and served as a class sponsor. Since joining the Park Tudor faculty in 2001, Sarah has taught a variety of courses in the math department including Algebra and Calculus. During her tenure at Park Tudor, Sarah served as the Math Department Chair before transitioning to the role of Assistant Upper School Director. Sarah currently sits on the Academic Affairs, Diversity, and Community Engagement Committees.