Mascoutah High School, Principal
Mrs. Sandra Jouglard, Principal
Welcome to the Mascoutah High School Web Site! My name is Sandra Jouglard and I have accepted the role of high school principal for the 2014-2015 school year.
I began my teaching career as a high school biology teacher. During that time, I coached high school softball, junior high softball, and 5th and 6th-grade girls' and boys' basketball. After nine years of teaching, I was offered the job at Okawville High School as assistant principal. For the past 14 years, I have been an Elementary Principal. I am enjoying working with young adults and excited we have moved into the new high school.
People are always asking me what interests I have. I have always been a sports enthusiast and love music. I would encourage every high school student to get involved with some type of extracurricular activity whether it be sports, band, chorus, or clubs.
Please know that I will always be willing to talk with you if you have questions or concerns.
Mascoutah High School, Assistant Principal
Mr. Jeff Junker, Assistant Principal
Mr. Junker graduated high school from Althoff High School in Belleville, Illinois. He attended Belleville Area College and received a Bachelor of Science in Education from McKendree University. Mr. Junker attended both schools on a baseball scholarship. He received his graduate degree in Educational Administration from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He is a member of the Illinois Principals Association.
Mr. Junker began his teaching career at Mascoutah Community High School during the 1990-1991 school year as a member of the Physical Education Department. He was also involved in coaching many sports during his teaching tenure including football, golf, basketball, and baseball. Mr. Junker became Assistant Principal in 2005.
Mr. Junker is married and has two daughters and one son. During his leisure time, he enjoys coaching his children's soccer teams, playing golf, providing his family with new opportunities to experience, and traveling during the Summer.
Mr. Junker's goal for MCHS is to provide the best academic and extracurricular opportunities in an atmosphere where it is possible for each student to be successful in whatever they choose.
Mascoutah High School, Assistant Principal
Mr. Brandon Woodrome, Assistant Principal
Mr. Woodrome is a graduate of Belleville West High School in Belleville, IL. He received his Bachelor of Science in Education from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, his Master of Arts in Education Leadership from McKendree University and holds a Specialist Degree in Educational Administration from Lindenwood University. He is a member of the Illinois Principal Association (IPA) and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).
Mr. Woodrome’s first teaching experience was at St. Clare Grade School in O’Fallon, IL where he taught 7th and 8th grade and coached baseball and track. From there he transferred to his alma mater, Belleville West, serving as a Social Science teacher, Student Council Advisor and Social Science Department Chairperson.
Mr. Woodrome has been a member of the Mascoutah Community since 2001. He is married and has 3 sons and 1 daughter. He stays active outside of school as a Cub Scout leader and as the guitar player for the contemporary ensemble at his church. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, traveling as much as possible and supporting the St. Louis Cardinals and Green Bay Packers.
Mr. Woodrome is very excited to be a part of the Mascoutah High School family. He is impressed with the dedication of the faculty and staff, the rigor of our curriculum and, most importantly, the wonderful student body at MHS.
Mascoutah High School, Director of Athletics
Mr. Scott Battas, Director of Athletics
Mr. Battas is a graduate of Mascoutah High School (1997). He received his Bachelor of Science in Education from Northern Illinois University and his Master of Science in Educational Administration from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He is a member of the Illinois Athletic Directors Association (IDA) and the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). Mr. Battas also has earned the designation of Registered Athletic Administrator (RAA) through the NIAAA certification process.
Mr. Battas began his teaching and coaching career in DeKalb, Illinois at Clinton Rosette Middle School where he taught Special Education while coaching Varsity Football and Freshman Baseball. From there he moved on to Edwardsville High School where he taught Special Education and coached Varsity Football for 3 years. After that stint, he moved back to Mascoutah and began teaching Special Education and coaching Varsity Football. Mr. Battas was the Varsity Football Head Coach from 2009-2015. He began his tenure as Director of Athletics in 2014 and remains in that post today.
Mr. Battas resides in Mascoutah and has a daughter (Brynn) and a son (Beau). He stays very active outside of school and loves to stay involved in the community. Along with spending time amongst his family and friends, Mr. Battas enjoys running and cross training, sports, and loves St. Louis Cardinal Baseball.
Mr. Battas is passionate about his profession and looks forward to being a part of the Mascoutah High School community for years to come. He is very proud to call himself a Mascoutah Indian!