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New principals appointed at Connerton, Pasco High and Wiregrass Ranch


Principals appointed at three schools

Pasco County superintendent Kurt Browning has appointed principals to three schools, including two of whom have been running their campuses on an interim basis for several months.

Aimee Boltze, who took over Connerton Elementary School at the end of spring break, will take over the school permanently. She replaced Anna Falcone, who was suspended pending termination on accusations of insubordination. Boltze was in charge of teacher evaluations before moving to Connerton.

Kari Kadlub was placed in charge of Pasco High, where she had been an assistant principal, when Pat Reedy retired at the end of December.

Robyn White, an assistant principal at Wiregrass Ranch High, was promoted to the top job. She had been leading the school for a couple of weeks, following the promotion of Ray Bonti to district executive director for support services earlier in May.

All three appointments are scheduled to take effect May 22, following the School Board's action on May 21.

New principals appointed at Connerton, Pasco High and Wiregrass Ranch 05/15/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 10:08pm]
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