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Hillsborough board tweaks school boundaries

The Hillsborough County School Board on Tuesday approved boundary adjustments for Doris Ross Reddick Elementary School. Scheduled to open in August of 2008 in the Valencia Lakes subdivision in southern Hillsborough County, the school is being built to provide crowding relief for Cypress Creek and Wimauma elementary schools. The board also approved boundary adjustments between Ruskin and Cypress Creek elementary schools in southern Hillsborough County to provide crowding relief to Ruskin.

The School Board announced these moves at the principal level:

• Principal of Edison Elementary School Larry Sykes to principal of Ferrell Middle Magnet School

• Clark Elementary School assistant principal Liz Calleri to principal at West Shore Elementary School

• Claywell Elementary School assistant principal Lisa Maltezos to principal at Claywell Elementary

• Memorial Middle School assistant principal Arthur Akins to principal at Memorial Middle

• Apollo Beach Elementary School's assistant principal Jamie Gerding to principal at Apollo Beach Elementary

• Tampa Bay Vocational & Technical High School principal Chris Farkas to principal at Freedom High School

• Marshall Middle School principal Shaylia Hall to principal at Martinez Middle School

• Pizzo Elementary School principal Sheryl Marceaux to principal at the newly-named Silvia Rodriguez Kimbell Elementary school in Temple Heights

• Lockhart Elementary School principal Kim Pietsch to principal at Chiles Elementary School

• Foster Elementary School principal Peter Russo to principal at Cleveland Elementary School

• Robles Elementary School principal Fontaine Marion to principal at Sheehy Elementary School

• Ballast Point Elementary School principal Mary Cunningham to principal at Lockhart Elementary School

Hillsborough board tweaks school boundaries 04/16/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 16, 2008 12:53am]
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