Principal - Dr. Jason Inkrott
Dr. Inkrott has been a member of the Northmont family since 2005. He began his career as a high school math teacher before becoming an Assistant Principal in 2011 and then the Principal in 2017. Dr. Inkrott oversees all aspects of the building and works with the administrative team and the teaching staff to provide students an exceptional education. He obtained two Bachelor's degrees, a Master of Science in Educational Leadership, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership, all from the University of Dayton. In 2017, Dr. Inkrott received the National Education Finance Academy’s Dissertation of the Year Award. Dr. Inkrott and his wife, Laura, have one daughter, Julianne.
Central Unit Principal - Collin Abels
Mr. Abels started his teaching career in 1998 at Greeneview Middle School. After two years, he returned to his alma mater as a teacher and coach at Northmont HS for the past 20 years. In 2020, Mr. Abels transitioned from the classroom to the position of Assistant Principal. He earned his Bachelor’s degree, Masters degree, and Principal Licensure from the University of Dayton. Mr. Abels is a proud member of the Northmont Athletic Hall of Fame, the Northmont Football Hall of Fame, and the Northmont Baseball Hall of Fame. Mr. Abels supervises the Central Unit (Language Arts/Social Studies), students P-Z, and the Northmont Honor Society program. Mr. Abels and his wife, Jenn, have three daughters, Brianna, Allyson, and Katelyn.
North Unit Principal - Teresa Dillon
Teresa Dillon began her career as a high school math teacher in the Springfield City School District. In 2010, she became an Assistant Principal before becoming the Principal of the STEAM Academy at Springfield High School from 2011 to 2016. As the North Unit Principal at Northmont High School, Mrs. Dillon oversees the Career Credit Lab, student discipline A – F, school safety, and the NHS summer school program. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a double minor in Secondary Education and Accounting from Western Kentucky University. She received her Master’s Degree in Supervision, her Educational Leadership Licensure, and her Superintendent’s Licensure, all from The University of Dayton. Mrs. Dillon was awarded the Larry K. Zerkle Excellence in Education Award in 2002 and 2009 and she received the University of Chicago Excellence in Teaching Award in 2008. She is married and has three children. Her husband, Craig is an architect in Springfield; her children, Grant, Maxwell, and Amanda attend The Ohio State University. Mrs. Dillon enjoys spending time with her family, playing tennis, and running.
West Unit Principal - Shane Kincer
Mr. Kincer began his teaching career at his alma mater Northmont HS in 2009 as a math teacher. In 2021, Mr. Kincer transitioned from the classroom to the position of assistant principal. He obtained a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education from Wilmington College in 2008 and a Masters degree in Educational Leadership and Principal Licensure from the University of Dayton. Mr. Kincer oversees the West Unit: Science, Business, Applied Technology, Jobs for Grads, and Family Consumer Sciences. Mr. Kincer supervises and assist students whose last names start with G-O and also oversees all student activities. Mr. Kincer and his wife, Lauren, have two sons, Shane Jr. and Aiden, and a daughter, Reese.
Athletic Director/South Unit Principal- Micah Harding
Micah Harding began his career as an Athletic Director at Fairborn HS in 2013 before accepting the position at Northmont in 2017. Mr. Harding is the 2015 recipient of the Southwest Ohio Athletic Director's Association Horizon Award which is granted to leaders who demonstrate, within the first three years, signs of professionalism and involvement that make a difference in their school or conference. Micah graduated from Cedarville University in 2007 with a bachelor of arts degree in Sports Management and more recently graduated from Antioch University Midwest with a Masters in Education. Mr. Harding taught Language Arts and Social Studies prior to becoming an administrator. In addition to being the High School Athletic Director, Mr. Harding is also the South Unit Principal, overseeing the athletic wing of Northmont High School. Mr. Harding oversees the Health, Physical Education, Music and ROTC departments. He and his wife, Emily along with their two children, Will and Celia live in Clayton.
Dean of Students - Chelyn Sledge
Chelyn Sledge obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Tennessee State University and two Master’s degrees; one in Educational Leadership from Wayne State University and the other in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Detroit. Mrs. Sledge began her career as a Special Education teacher in the Detroit Public School District in 2000. She also worked as an academic coach, testing coordinator, lead teacher prior to her employment with Northmont City Schools. In 2018, Mrs. Sledge started her career with Northmont City Schools as an Intervention Specialist. In 2020, Mrs. Sledge became the Dean of Students at Northmont High School. She works directly with the administrators to further support the needs of students and staff. Mrs. Sledge and her husband have two children, Walter and Kyndal.
Special Education Supervisor- Susan Webb
Susan Webb began her career in Special Education in 1994 in Indiana. Upon returning to Ohio, she became a member of the Northmont family in 1996 as an Intervention Specialist. Since that time, she has served Northmont as the Special Education Department Chairperson, Transition Coordinator, and now, the Secondary Special Education Supervisor. She was named Employee of the Year for Northmont High School in 2016. Mrs. Webb earned a Bachelor’s degree from Ohio Northern University and a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from the University of Dayton. She and her husband, Donny, reside in Englewood with their three boys, Nathan, Ryan, and Jake.
Curriculum Specialist- Jessie Zink
Jessie Zink is the 9-12 Curriculum Specialist and district's gifted coordinator. She has been with Northmont City Schools since 2013. After attending Florida State University, she began her career in New Orleans in 2002. In 2006, after Hurricane Katrina, she moved back to Ohio, where she grew up. She has taught English Language Arts, social studies, and science to students in grades 6 to 8. She also worked for four years as a gifted intervention specialist for Vandalia Butler. Mrs. Zink and her husband Chris have two sons, Noah and Caden.