Millbrook Names New Coordinator of Student Activities
Jared Uhler, a 2005 graduate of Millbrook High School, has been named the new coordinator of student activities beginning July 1. Uhler will succeed T.J. Rohrbaugh who is leaving to assume the position of health/physical education teacher and head football coach at Sherando.
Uhler has been a teacher with Frederick County Public Schools since 2011 and a special education and history teacher at Millbrook since 2013. He was named Millbrook Teacher of the Year in 2021. In addition to teaching, Uhler served as assistant varsity baseball coach (2011-23), football coach (2012-19) and defensive coordinator (2014-19). He has also served as Chairman of the Millbrook Athletic Hall of Fame since it was established.
Uhler says, “Millbrook has always been a special place to me. I was part of the second graduating class and am very proud of the accomplishments of Millbrook High School. I look forward to continuing to build on the culture and accomplishments of the past and into the future. I am very grateful for the opportunity to have a leadership position in a school that I love.”
Millbrook High School Principal Joanne Altendorf says, “I am appreciative of the year that T.J. gave to Millbrook and wish him all the best as he transitions back to Sherando next year. I am excited to bring Jared into a leadership role next year as his heart and soul bleeds Millbrook blue. I know that he will work to ensure that Millbrook continues to provide a positive experience for all students who walk these halls, just as it did for him.”
Uhler holds a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s in special education from West Virginia University.