• Principal's Office

    Steve Diveley 

    Steve Diveley - Principal, Hadley Junior High
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    Hadley is proud to be a strong middle school focusing on academic excellence and community spirit. We strive to be 21st Century learners with a focus on digital citizenship and problem based learning. A comprehensive middle school experience provides opportunity and equity for all!

    Feel free to share your thoughts and suggestions on how to make our school great. We want to be on the forefront of learning.

    Go Wildcats!

    Steve Diveley

    Alove Angelica Love - Assistant Principal of Student Culture
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    Angelica Love joins District 41 from Oak Park School District 97, where she served as the Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction for six years at Gwendolyn Brooks Middle School.  In her role, as the Curriculum and Instruction Assistant Principal for grades 6th and 7th, her work focused on instruction, teaching and learning, facilitating team and department meetings, and overseeing building-level Special Education and Section 504 plans.

    Prior to becoming an administrator, Love served as a visual arts teacher in Chicago Public Schools (CPS). Over the course of her career in CPS, Love served as department chair, mentor teacher,  MTSS Coordinator, and teacher leader, serving grades Pre-K through 12th.  After spending time in the classroom and in other leadership positions, Love was accepted into the leadership preparation program, New Leaders, where she spent a year as a resident principal at Michele Clark High School in Chicago.

    Love has a Master's Degree in Arts Education and Leadership from Boston University and a Bachelor's Degree in Arts Education. She is a first-generation Polish American who speaks Polish and enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and Sheepadoodle, Maxx.

    Robert Guzzetti Bob Guzzetti - Assistant Principal for Student Services
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    Bob has been an Assistant Principal at Hadley since 2015, of which his focus has been working with the Special Education and English Learners subgroups.

    Prior to joining Hadley, he was a school psychologist for 14 years and a special education department chairperson for two years.