After graduating from college he returned to Roncalli and became a social studies teacher. He has also taken on leadership roles for senior retreat, A Promise to Keep and the Graduate Profile Committee, and he served as an assistant coach for the football and track programs.
Banich, who will assume his new role in June, is pursuing a master’s degree in educational administration and supervision from Ball State and will graduate in May.
“In keeping with the mission of Roncalli High School, I look forward to enhancing opportunities for student growth beyond the classroom as we work to bring to life the charisms of St. John XXIII,” he said. “I am grateful and humbled for this opportunity to serve our students and school in this position.”
“We are super excited that Kevin has accepted our offer,” Roncalli Principal Chuck Weisenbach said. “He has left his mark of excellence on everything that he has done at Roncalli. His passion for kids and for advancing the mission of Catholic education is unsurpassed. He will be a very strong addition to our administrative team.”