Mr. Stump is starting his 15th year in education, all of which have transpired at Madison Local Schools. Graduating from the University of Akron in 2008, he began his career as the junior high and high school French teacher where he advised the National Honor Society and French Club as well as coached the girls' varsity tennis team. During this time, he also received his master’s degree in educational leadership from Marygrove College. After graduating in 2013, he became the assistant principal at Madison South Elementary. These years were very formative in his growth as an educator as it provided a solid foundation of quality leadership in both elementary curriculum and decision making. In 2017, he was honored to accept the position of principal of Mifflin Elementary where he hopes to inspire sustainable leadership today. He is also in the process of earning his gifted endorsement to help promote the needs of all learners at Mifflin.
Mr. Stump enjoys spending time with his wife Tera, a high school English teacher and his six-year-old daughter Lorelai who is in first grade. He loves dogs, is an avid traveler, and enjoys everything Disney.