Superintendent announces administrative changes in 8 schools

December 15, 1996|By Howard Libit | Howard Libit,SUN STAFF

Howard County schools Superintendent Michael E. Hickey dTC has announced the changes in the leadership of eight elementary and middle schools.

Most of the changes were made to have principals in place by the middle of January at the three new schools that will open next fall.

Changes taking effect Jan. 21 include:

Glenn Heisey, principal at Bollman Bridge Elementary School, will become principal at the new Hollifield Station Elementary School.

Karen Moore-Roby, principal at Waterloo Elementary School, will become principal at the new Fulton Elementary School.

Pam Butler, assistant principal at Guilford Elementary School, will become principal at Bollman Bridge.

Arlene Harrison, assistant principal at Ilchester Elementary School, will become principal at Waterloo.

Frances Fico, a teacher at Laurel Woods Elementary School, will become assistant principal at Guilford.

Kim Pratesi, a teacher at Ilchester, will become assistant principal at the school.

Vincent Catania, principal at Glenwood Middle School, will become principal at the new Murray Hill Middle School.

Sam Davis, assistant principal at Glenwood, will become the acting principal at the school. Hickey said a permanent replacement for Catania will be named in the spring.

Two other changes will take effect July 1:

Lauren Bauer, assistant principal at Worthington Elementary School, will become assistant principal at Hollifield Station.

Darlene Fila, assistant principal at St. John's Lane Elementary School, will become assistant principal at Fulton.

Education board, council to meet for discussion

The Howard County Board of Education will meet with the members of the County Council for informal dialogue on education issues at 7: 30 a.m. tomorrow in Board Room B at the Department of Education, 10910 Route 108 in Ellicott City.

Topics include the 1996 Maryland School Performance Program (MSPP) Report Card, library collection equity and Technology Magnet Program per-pupil costs.

The meeting is open to the public. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, the meeting will be canceled.

Information: 313-6682.

Pub Date: 12/15/96

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