Churchill Daniels, Jr. began his educational career in Evanston/Skokie School District 65 in 2001 as a 4th
    grade teacher at Oakton Elementary School, Evanston, Illinois. Mr. Daniels continued his career at Chute
    Middle School, Evanston, Illinois where he spent 3 years teaching 6 th and 7 th grade language arts,
    reading, and social studies. After earning a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration at National
    Louis University in 2005, he accepted an Assistant Principal position at Oakton Elementary School where
    he served for 2 years, and he later was promoted to Principal of Oakton Elementary School where he
    served the Evanston school community for 10 years. Mr. Daniels’s educational journey continued in the
    south suburbs of Chicago in Harvey, Illinois at Bryant Elementary School where he served for 1 year as
    the Assistant Principal. Mr. Daniels then accepted a Principal position at Nathan Hale Intermediate
    School, Crestwood, Illinois where he served the Crestwood school community for 4 years. Mr. Daniels is
    currently serving in his second year as the Assistant Principal of Lowrie Elementary School, School
    District U-46.

          When I am not working, most of my time is spent cooking/BBQing some good meals for my 15 year old
    son and 13 year old daughter, golfing with my friends, and walking my 100+pound Mastiff dog.
    My educational journey has given me the experiences needed to serve diverse school settings where all
    are welcomed, respected, and valued as members our school community. I look forward to working
    closely with Principal Robinson and the Lowrie Staff to promote a safe, supportive, and an academic rich
    learning experience for every student.