Receiver/Superintendent

Dr. Steve Zrike

About Dr. Zrike

Dr. Zrike joined Holyoke Public Schools in July 2015.  He previously served as the Superintendent of Schools in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Previous to his work in Wakefield, he served as Chief of Elementary Schools for the Pilsen-Little Village Network in the Chicago Public Schools.  He was responsible for leading the instructional improvement efforts for 26 schools and approximately 18,000 students.

In addition to his experience in Chicago, Dr. Zrike also served the Boston Public Schools as the turnaround principal of the William Blackstone Elementary School, an inquiry facilitator and leadership coach for four Boston schools, and as principal of both the William Ohrenberger Elementary School and John Philbrick Elementary School.  Dr. Zrike’s teaching career began in Massachusetts’ Andover Public School District, as a fifth-grade teacher. He received his doctorate from the Urban Superintendents’ Program and his Master’s Degrees in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Zrike also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in history from Dartmouth College.

Dr. Zrike’s Twitter Feed

RT @mcmahon_school: After learning about helping to manage the water crisis in Mrs. Weir’s class, Linken created this water conserver and t…
RT @HPSHOLYOKE: Mark your calendar for the next Facebook Live session of "Ask Dr. Zrike!" Students can send questions to webmanager@hps.ho…
RT @mcmahon_school: We wear blue for Autism Awareness! Show us your blue! 🐆🐾💙🧩 https://t.co/TNYFW2A9M8
RT @HPSHOLYOKE: Check out all the blue our HPS community wore in honor of World Autism Day! What a way to show support for our HPS students…

Contact

Dr. Stephen Zrike, Jr.
57 Suffolk Street, Holyoke, MA 01040
413-534-2005

Important Resources

We are excited to share with you the plan for turning around the Holyoke Public Schools and our most recent accomplishments.

Learn about current district news in the weekly Holyoke Update.

Dr. Zrike, Superintendant/Reciever of Holyoke Public Schools, speaking at the 2019 graduation ceremony.
Print Friendly, PDF & Email