Director of Secondary Programs & District Services



Degrees and Certifications:

Kevin Etue

Kevin Etue began his Livonia Public Schools career in 2003 as a substitute teacher in our secondary schools before teaching Management and Business Administration courses at the Livonia Career Technical Center. While teaching, Mr. Etue enjoyed coaching football and girls basketball at Churchill High School.  Beginning in 2011, Mr. Etue served the Churchill High School community as assistant principal for six years and principal for five years.  In July of 2022, Mr. Etue joined the cabinet team at Central Office as the Director of Secondary Programs and District Services.  

Mr. Etue earned his Bachelor's degree from Western Michigan University in 1999 with a major in Marketing and Management and a minor in Economics.  In 2003, he earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Winthrop University in Rock HIll, South Carolina.  Mr. Etue continued his education and earned a Masters in Educational Administration in 2011 from Wayne State University in Detroit.   

After graduating from Western Michigan University, Mr. Etue lived in Portland, Oregon and Charlotte, North Carolina enjoying time in the business field, pursuing his post-secondary education degrees, and working in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District. Upon returning to the great state of Michigan, Mr. Etue worked in Novi Community Schools as a substitute teacher and coach. Currently, as part of the Livonia Public Schools family, Mr. Etue enjoys visiting our schools, collaborating with colleagues, and watching all our students learn and participate in the multitude of activities available to them.  Livonia Public Schools is simply the BEST!

Role of the Director

  • The Director of Secondary Programs oversees the District's middle schools and high schools, including the Career Technical Center and Adult Education. The Secondary Director serves on the District's leadership team, known as Cabinet, and reports directly to the Superintendent.

    On a daily basis, the Director works hand-in-hand with the Directors of Elementary Programs, Academic Services, Student Services, Operations, Business Services and Human Resources. In addition, the Secondary Director serves as the supervisor of the athletic directors, assistant principals, and the head principal at each of the secondary schools. For a list of the secondary schools, see the link on the left. 

    Parents of students are welcome to call email the Director, but most questions regarding specific schools or school programs are best directed to the administrators at that school. Questions and concerns about athletic programs are best directed to the school's athletic director. 

    The Director also serves as a secondary school ombudsman, but protocol and process dictate that problems and complaints be heard first at the school level. 


Secondary Program Information

  • Livonia Public Schools offers an array of programs at its three high schools, three middle schools and the Livonia Career Technical Center. 

    All schools in the district are fully accredited by AdvancEd and all schools have received significant physical renovations and security upgrades. 

    Highlights of programs offered to students in grades 7-12: 

    • Global Education Program (housed at Stevenson High School) 
    • Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) Program (housed at Churchill High School) 
    • Career and technical prepration programs at the Livonia Career Technical Center 
    • MACAT (Middle School Alternative Classrooms for the Academically Talented) Program (housed at Frost Middle School) 
    • MSC (Math, Science & Computers) Program (housed at Churchill High School) 
    • Special Education programs, grades 7-12 
    • Dual Enrollment Program for early college credit 
    • Full array of Advanced Placement courses 
    • Art and music programs at all grade levels 
    • MHSAA athletics programs offered in grades 7-12

    For infomation about specific programs, please visit the individual school webpages. 

Contact Us

  • Department Staff:

    Marcella Stuart, Secretary

    (734) 744-2520