Administrative Announcements


INDIANAPOLIS, IN (April 14, 2022) – The Metropolitan School District of Washington Township is pleased to announce the following appointments made during the April 13 meeting of the School Board of Education.

Mr. Josh Bolles – Named Assistant Director of Operations

Mrs. Kellie Brotherton – Named Principal of Willow Lake Elementary School

Mr. Fabrice Decaudin – Named Principal of Greenbriar Elementary School

Mr. Brent England – Named Director of Transportation


Mr. Josh Bolles is a familiar face in Washington Township, having served as a teacher in grades four and five at Allisonville Elementary for seven years, Assistant Principal at Crooked Creek Elementary for six years, and most recently as the Interim Assistant Operations Director for Washington Township Schools.  Mr. Bolles was named the Allisonville Elementary Teacher of the Year during the 2014-2015 school year. In his interim role as Assistant Operations Director, Josh has worked closely with the Executive Leadership Team and with the Capital Projects Team on all construction projects. Mr. Bolles holds an undergraduate and graduate degree from Purdue University, as well as a Master’s Degree in School Administration from Butler University. “It has been an honor to serve the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township as a teacher, building administrator and most recently as Interim Assistant Director of Operations,” said Bolles. “I am excited to continue to support the amazing teachers and staff as the Assistant Director of Operations. I am grateful to be a part of the MSDWT community and see the wonderful learning opportunities MSDWT Staff provides for our students every day.”

Mrs. Kellie Brotherton has been serving as the Interim Principal at Willow Lake Elementary since January of this year, and will now assume the role of Principal. Previously she served as Assistant Principal at Spring Mill Elementary, and prior to that was an assistant principal in IPS. Before beginning her time as an administrator, Mrs. Brotherton served as both a general education elementary teacher and instructional coach for nine years. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from Butler University and a K-12 Building Administrator License.

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to lead Willow Lake as the next principal,” said Brotherton. “I have enjoyed getting to know the students, staff, and families over the past several months serving as Interim Principal. Willow Lake is a special community with dedicated and talented educators. I look forward to working alongside each of them to provide a safe, nurturing, and positive learning environment for all students.”                                                                      


Mr. Fabrice Decuadin comes to Washington Township from the MSD of Pike, where he most recently served as the Principal of Snacks Crossing Elementary School. Prior to his time in that role,  he served as an elementary school teacher at Deer Run Elementary School from 2002-2008, before becoming an administrator and serving as both principal and assistant principal in several different elementary schools. Mr. Decaudin holds a Master of Science in Education from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from IUPUI.

“I am very excited to become part of the Washington Township family and humbled to be the next principal of Greenbriar Elementary School,” said Decaudin.  I look forward to getting to know the Greenbriar community and celebrating all the future successes that are coming our way. I grew up in Washington Township and it means so much to be coming back.”

Mr. Brent England began his career as an instrumental music teacher at North Central High School where he taught for over ten years. In 2015 he transitioned from teaching to administration and became the Assistant Director of Operations for Washington Township Schools. Mr. England holds a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Ball State University and a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Indiana University. “I am excited for the opportunity to work with such an outstanding group of bus drivers, bus assistants, and mechanics to transport our students to and from school, safely” said England. “The team’s willingness to go above and beyond for our students, families, staff and community, continues to inspire me daily.”

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