Mitic is named principal of Centennial High

June 28, 1996|By Howard Libit | Howard Libit,SUN STAFF

Lynda Mitic, assistant principal of Oakland Mills High School, was named principal of Centennial High School yesterday.

Her appointment -- which was approved by the Howard County school board -- was one of five administrative changes announced yesterday by Howard schools Superintendent Michael E. Hickey.

Mitic replaces Edgar Markley, who announced his retirement from the Howard school system this spring.

Markley, who led the Ellicott City school three years, will become principal of Broad Run High School in Leesburg, Va.

Mitic was a founder of the Eastern Coalition, a group created last fall to fight drug and alcohol abuse among teen-agers in the Oakland Mills area and in east Columbia. Replacing Mitic will be Frank Eastham, department coordinator at the county Extension Program.

Hickey also announced the transfers of three elementary school assistant principals:

Brenda Allen, from Manor Woods Elementary to Jeffers Hills Elementary.

Marion Miller, from Jeffers Hill to Running Brook Elementary.

Corita Oduyoye, from Running Brook to Manor Woods. This spring, Oduyoye was named Assistant Principal of the Year by the Maryland Association of Elementary School Principals.

Pub Date: 6/28/96

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