Bundley reassigned as city system transfers principals

July 14, 2004|By Laura Loh | Laura Loh,SUN STAFF

Andrey Bundley, the Baltimore high school principal who ran unsuccessfully against Mayor Martin O'Malley in the Democratic primary in September, is among several principals being reassigned as the city school system prepares for the next school year.

The school board voted last night to transfer Bundley from Walbrook High School, which has 2,000 students, to the smaller Harbor City Learning Center, effective July 24.

Shirley Cathorne, who has been principal of Southern High School and earlier presided over the reshaping of Lake Clifton-Eastern High School, will take over at Walbrook.

Those reassignments were among five high school principal transfers last night, and more are expected. The transfers of dozens of assistant principals in elementary and middle schools also were approved.

"We're matching the strengths of individuals to the needs of schools," said Kim Stefanic, director of high school reform. "Our goal is to provide the best leader to that school and community."

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