Frederick H. Fastenau

Fred Fastenau



Roush Hall 435

Coordinator of Teacher Candidate Supports
Department of Education

Fred Fastenau is a former elementary teacher, elementary and middle level principal, and central office administrator. He was an Education Association executive working in education policy at the state and national level. He has taught graduate level courses in School Law, Education Leadership, Human Behavior in Education Administration, and Introduction to Education Administration. He is a licensed Superintendent, School Business Manager, Principal and Teacher.


  • Education Specialist (Ed.S.) School Business Management, Kent State University
  • Masters of Education (M.Ed.) Education Administration/Elementary Principal, Kent State University
  • Bachelors of Science (B.S.Ed.) Elementary Education, Ohio University


  • "Do You Want . . . Increased Achievement Test Scores? Improved Attendance? Better Behavior?" In the Middle, Fall 2009
  • "School Food Service: Improving Student Achievement," SBO Quarterly, October 2008
  • "Why Breakfast," AdminiScope, Summer 2008
  • "E.T. Goes Home: A Computer Loan Program," Principal, September 1993
  • "Oh, Those Summer Days," Ohio School Boards Association Journal, May 1985
  • "A Time for Learning . . . Too," Firing Line, January 1985
  • "Midview Local Begins School Adoption Program," The Facilitator, Spring 1983
  • "Middle School Activities Program," Ohio Elementary Principal, March 1981
  • "Create a “House” in Your Middle School," Ohio Elementary Principal, December 1979
  • "A Creative Playground," Ohio Elementary Principal, December 1977

Affiliations & Awards

  • National Association of Elementary School Principals