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Many Hillsborough schools have new principals

Twenty-two Hillsborough County School District principals have been installed in the latter half of the 2013-14 school year or during the summer break. Here are the new leaders who will greet students when they show up for the first day of classes later this month.

BAY CREST ELEMENTARY: Lisa Maltezos, 49. Joined the district in 2005. Last job: principal, Shaw Elementary.

BING ELEMENTARY: Amber Cronin. Joined the district in 2002. Last job: assistant principal, Riverhills Elementary.

BRYAN ELEMENTARY: Jennifer McCrystal, 43. Joined the district in 1992. Last job: assistant principal, Buckhorn Elementary.

BURNETT MIDDLE: Dante Jones, 43. Joined the district in 2008. Last job: assistant principal, Mann Middle.

CANNELLA ELEMENTARY: Rhonda McMahon, 50. Joined the district in 2001. Last job: principal, Turner Elementary.

FREEDOM HIGH: Sharon Morris, 55. Joined the district in 1983. Last job: principal coach for the district.

IPPOLITO ELEMENTARY: Nicole Bennett, 34. Joined the district in 2004. Last job: principal, Foster Elementary.

JUST ELEMENTARY: Ire Carolina. Joined the district in 1985. Last job: principal, Mendenhall Elementary.

KENLY ELEMENTARY: Carisa Spires, 43. Joined the district in 1994. Last job: assistant principal, Frost Elementary.

LENNARD HIGH: Mary Freitas, 43. Joined the district in 2000. Last job: assistant principal, Lennard.

LIMONA ELEMENTARY: Robin Johnson-Hewitt, 36. Joined the district in 1999. Last job: principal, leadership development for the district. .

MENDENHALL ELEMENTARY: Cristina Fernandez, 42. Joined the district in 1995. Last job: assistant principal, Egypt Lake Elementary.

MIDDLETON HIGH: Kim Moore, 56. Joined the district in 2000. Last job: assistant principal, Middleton.

MITCHELL ELEMENTARY: Deborah Anderson, 59. Joined the district in 1979. Last job: assistant principal, Mitchell.

RANDALL MIDDLE: Claire Mawhinney, 51. Joined the district in 1985. Last job: assistant principal, Durant High.

ROLAND PARK K-8, April Gillyard, 39. Joined the district in 1997. Last job: assistant principal, Roland Park K-8.

SHAW ELEMENTARY: Rachel Walters, 44. Joined the district in 2009. Last job: principal, Cannella Elementary.

SUMMERFIELD CROSSINGS ELEMENTARY: Brian Harvey, 38. Joined the district in 2001. Last job: assistant principal, Apollo Beach Elementary.

THOMPSON ELEMENTARY: Milady Astacio, 50. Joined the district in 2004. Last job: principal, Wimauma Elementary.

TURNER-BARTELS K-8, Jonathan Grantham, 38. Joined the district in 2011. Last job: principal, Roland Park K-8.

WEBB MIDDLE: Frank Diaz, 44. Joined the district in 1997. Last job: assistant principal, Alonso High.

WIMAUMA ELEMENTARY: Ismael Lebron-Bravo, 39. Joined the district in 2003. Last job: principal, Bing Elementary (no photo available).

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Many Hillsborough schools have new principals 07/31/14 [Last modified: Thursday, July 31, 2014 11:54am]
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