Dr. Allen Burgad, Secondary Assistant Superintendent, and Vince Williams, incoming principal of Sheyenne High School, have announced Greg Limke has accepted the position as the next activities director for Sheyenne High School. 

Limke holds a master’s degree in school administration from Northern State University and a bachelor’s degree in social studies education from Minot State University. 

He began his career in education in 1990 as a social studies teacher at Bishop Ryan Catholic School in Minot, North Dakota. He was a social studies teacher for Mandan Public Schools from 1994 – 2001 before accepting a position as a social studies teacher with West Fargo High School. 

During his time at West Fargo High School, he also spent three years as a dean of students. Throughout his three decades as an educator, Limke has gained extensive experience in athletic coaching and leadership. He has more than twenty years of experience as a head boys’ basketball coach, four years as a head girls’ basketball coach, three years as a head boys’ golf coach, more than a decade as an assistant coach, and a few years as a middle school coach. 

Additionally, he served one season as a graduate assistant coach for the men’s basketball program at Northern State University and one season as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball program at Concordia College. His coaching career is one marked with success, having led sixteen state basketball tournament teams, and earning multiple state, district, and regional Coach of the Year awards. 

After interviewing and subsequently selecting Limke, Dr. Burgad said, “Limke is a well-respected leader, educator, and coach who has a long tenure with West Fargo Public Schools. He possesses a deep understanding of how to engage and develop students through both co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, which will be critical to ensuring the continued success of all Mustang programs.” Williams added, “I look forward to working alongside Limke and ensuring that all students have the opportunity to participate and engage in Sheyenne High School’s activities.” 

Limke will officially assume his new role on July 1, following the retirement of the current activities director, Ross Richards.