Marjorie Triche joined Crete-Monee High School in July 2017 as principal, serving as assistant principal the previous year. Prior to joining CMHS, Ms. Triche supported students, families, and educational professionals as the assistant principal for Crete-Monee Middle School for eight years. Her career in education began after working in corporate America for several years in sales. She began her career in education in 1994 as a teacher’s assistant, later teaching social sciences and reading to eighth graders at Roosevelt Jr. High School in Dolton, Illinois. Ms. Triche also taught Civics, U.S History and Economics at Thrornridge High School in Dolton, Illinois, later becoming Dean of Students for several of years.
Ms. Triche was born and raised in Amityville, New York. She and her husband have three children.
B.A Hotel Restaurant Management , Morris Brown College, M.A Urban Teaching, Concordia University, M.A Education Administration , Concordia University
Ms. Triche views a collaborative school environment as the key to creating successful teachers and students. She believes all students are capable of learning at the highest level possible as long as there is one team, one vision and one focus to provide children with the skills needed to be successful in our global economy. She believes partnerships with parents and community are essential to enriching the experience at CMHS.