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Hernando County School District reassigns 7 assistant principals

BROOKSVILLE — Seven Hernando County assistant principals are headed to assistant principal positions at other schools, the district announced Thursday.

It was unclear which of the transfers were requested by the employees and which were done at the behest of superintendent Bryan Blavatt. Blavatt couldn't be reached for comment Thursday afternoon.

Here's the rundown:

• Dianne Azzarelli, Explorer K-8 to West Hernando Middle.

• Lillian DiTucci, Westside Elementary to Explorer.

• Laura Kane, Central High to Explorer.

• Pam Loder, Fox Chapel Middle to Nature Coast Technical High.

• Lorna Lowe, West Hernando to Nature Coast.

• Charlie Smith, Deltona Elementary to Suncoast Elementary.

• Vivian Sweeney, Explorer to Fox Chapel.

The district will now advertise to fill the vacant assistant principal positions at Deltona, Westside and Explorer.

Hernando County School District reassigns 7 assistant principals 07/08/10 [Last modified: Thursday, July 8, 2010 8:43pm]
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