Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Michelle Mallari

Michelle Mallari is one of three assistant principals at Woodland Intermediate. 



Mrs. Mallari joins Woodland School District 50 after spending 19 years at River Trails School District 26 in Mt. Prospect, IL. She taught both fourth and fifth grades and has 12 years of experience building the MTSS program in her previous district as a reading specialist and intervention specialist. Outside of the classroom, Mrs. Mallari served on school and district level committees, including Curriculum, Problem-Solving, Assessment, and RtI committees. Most recently, she helped develop the District MTSS Guidelines and served on the Diversity and Equity Leadership Team. 

Mrs. Mallari earned her BA in Elementary Education from Northeastern Illinois University, MA in Reading Education from Concordia University, and MA in Educational Administration and Leadership from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  

As a mother of three children, she and her husband spend many evenings and weekends at piano lessons, soccer games, and baseball games. In her free time, Mrs. Mallari volunteers at the public library, the local food pantry, and tries to stay active by going on family bike rides or at the gym. 

Assistant Principal Mallari believes that building positive relationships and connections with students, staff, and the community are essential in fostering a respectful and trusting community of learners.