Ketochi photo by Ashley Tait
Cascade’s longtime 7-12 principal Kevin Sukut has been in education for 40 years and is now looking to retire.
Sukut grew up in Circle, Montana and spent his high school career there. From there, he went to college at Dickinson State University where he played baseball and earned his bachelor’s degree in education. He majored in physical education and minored in history and traffic education. He earned his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Montana in 2002.
He started in Cascade in 1989 as a history, P.E., and drivers education teacher. He also was a head football coach here until 2005. At that point, he took a head coaching job in Havre while teaching weight training, physical education, health, and traffic education. He worked there until 2011 when he returned to Cascade to become the 7-12 principal.
Sukut said that his favorite coaching memory is being selected to coach the East team in the 2007 Montana East-West Shrine Game.
“I will always remember the great kids and staff and being able to work with them for all these years,” said Sukut.
We will miss you, Mr. Sukut, and we all hope you will have a great retirement!