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Four east Hillsborough schools get new principals

Four new principals take the helm at east Hillsborough schools this year. They are:

Marshall Middle

Faychone Durant

Durant has worked for Hillsborough County schools since 1975, when she started as a teacher at Twin Lakes Elementary. She held several teaching positions until she was appointed principal of Lincoln Magnet Elementary in 1999. She has also served as principal at Young Middle Magnet School.

Randall Middle

Fredda Johnson

Johnson started her career in Hillsborough County as a physical education teacher at Lincoln Elementary in 1989. She went on to teach at Turkey Creek and Randall middle schools and most recently was assistant principal at Randall.

Folsom Elementary

Cora-Lynne Wimberly

Wimberly's first job in Hillsborough County was as a teacher at Lopez Elementary in 1988. She went on to teach at Tampa Palms and Hunter's Green and later became principal at Twin Lakes, Heritage and Sulphur Springs elementary schools.

Tomlin Middle

Susan Sullivan

Sullivan, who had been an assistant principal at the school, was promoted Tuesday by the School Board.

Four east Hillsborough schools get new principals 07/31/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 9:15am]
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