From the Superintendent

July 2018

Dear Three Rivers Community Schools students, staff, parents, and community members, it is an honor for me to serve as your next Superintendent of Schools and I look forward to meeting you and working with you during the upcoming 2018-2019 school year – and many more years to come.

There is much to be proud of here in Three Rivers Community Schools. Quality public education exists when students, parents, staff and the community work together to provide learning experiences where everyone thrives. I am excited to be a part of the Three Rivers Community Schools’ journey toward increasing student performance and providing an overall quality educational experience for all our students.

I was fortunate to have the opportunity to spend time during the months of May and June meeting with our dedicated Board of Education, and district and building level leaders. I am especially grateful for the time that our Interim Superintendent Mr. Robert Kuhlman was able to spend with me. My first few days in July have been spent meeting with various groups within Three Rivers Community Schools. My transition into Three Rivers was – and continues to be – very positive and welcoming, and I thank you all.

Moving forward my focus will continue to be building relationships with all of our Three Rivers Community Schools constituents in order to build upon our District of Excellence. The 2018-2019 school year will mark the start of my 31st year in K-12 education. I am looking forward to working with a dedicated and committed community as we partner to provide our students with an exceptional school experience based on rigorous academics, positive culture, and intentional collaboration. I welcome your thoughts, questions and comments. You can contact me at or by phone at (269) 279-1100.


Ron Moag – Superintendent
Three Rivers Community Schools


Mr. Moag has been an educator for more than 30 years. Before becoming superintendent of Three Rivers Community Schools, he served as Chief Financial/Human Resources Officer for Suttons Bay Schools in Suttons Bay, Michigan, and prior to that was the Chief Academic Officer for two international schools in Shanghai, China.

Mr. Moag’s central office experience includes being a district director of career and technical education and coordinating district curriculum. Mr. Moag has served in secondary administrative roles and spent seven years as a high school business, computer applications, and marketing education teacher.

Mr. Moag is a graduate from Aquinas College with a secondary education degree, received his master’s degree in educational leadership from Western Michigan University, and is completing his educational doctorate degree in educational leadership from Seattle University.