You will see yet another new face in the principal’s chair at St. John Bosco School in Sturgeon Bay. The school’s board of directors announced earlier this week that Dr. Michael Robey would take over the reins after Matthew Hanson abruptly resigned from the post after being hired to replace Vickie Dassler one month prior. Robey comes to St. John Bosco from Illinois where he has over 35 years of experience ranging from a teacher to the Assistant Regional Superintendent of Schools in DuPage County. According to a release from the school, the move to Door County will not be a big stretch for Robey. He and his family regularly visited the area before deciding to call it home when Robey decided to continue his career in education. An active participant in his home parish in Illinois, Robey said his and his family’s faith will always play a large role in their lives, adding that God wants him to continue his career in education, but now within a Catholic school setting. Robey officially takes on the role of principal on August 1st.