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New principals in Pinellas schools

Elementary schools

Blanton: Cheryl Ann Maggio, 54, began working in the Pinellas County School District in 1988. Her most recent post was assistant principal at Sexton Elementary.

Campbell Park: Robert Ovalle, 40, has worked in the school district since 1996. Prior to this appointment, he was director of elementary education and principal of New Heights Elementary.

Cypress Woods: Kathleen Young-Parker, 41, started working in the school district in 1995. She served most recently as director of elementary education.

Eisenhower: Antonette Wilson, 38, has worked in the school district since 2001. Prior to this appointment, she was an assistant principal at Leila Davis Elementary.

Fairmount Park: Nina Pollauf, 57, was a teacher in the district for 11 years before serving as assistant principal at both 74th Street and Sanderlin elementaries. She was principal of Northwest Elementary for eight years.

Melrose: Nanette Grasso, 55, was a teacher in the school district for 11 years before becoming an assistant principal. She served for five years in that role at Woodlawn Elementary. She was principal of Orange Grove Elementary for 11 years.

New Heights: Lisa Austin, 44, has worked in the school district since 1992. Prior to this appointment, she was an assistant principal at New Heights.

North Shore: Cooper Dawson, 54, has worked in the district since 1982. Her most recent position was principal of Fairmount Park Elementary.

Northwest: Marie Brainard, 50, began working in the district in 1993. She served most recently as assistant principal at Woodlawn Elementary.

Orange Grove: Christine Porter, 44, has worked in the Pinellas school district since 1996. Prior this assignment, she was principal of Melrose Elementary.

Pinellas Park: Lisa Freeman, 44, has worked in the school district since 1995. Her most recent position was principal of Cypress Woods Elementary.

Plumb: Sandra Kemp, 59, has worked in the district since 1988. She served most recently as assistant principal at Pinellas Park Elementary.

Walsingham: Jessley Hathaway, 38, has worked in the Pinellas school district since 1997. Prior to this assignment, he worked as assistant principal at Lynch Elementary.

Middle schools

Clearwater Fundamental: Linda Burris, 43, has worked in the Pinellas school district since 1997. Her most recent post was assistant principal at Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle.

Largo: Stephanie Joyner, 44, began working in the school district in 1994. She was the director of middle school education and served most recently as assistant principal at Pinellas Secondary School.

Pinellas Park: Dave Rosenberger, 58, taught in the district for 14 years before moving to Clearwater Fundamental Middle. He spent 11 years there, four as assistant principal and seven as principal.

High schools

East Lake: Carmela Haley, 52, is taking the helm of East Lake after working there as an assistant principal. She has worked in the Pinellas school district since 1994.

Seminole: Thomas Brittain, 57, has worked in the Pinellas school district since 1984. His most recent position was assistant principal at Dunedin High.

Special Education Centers

Calvin Hunsinger: Douglas Keimig, 50, has worked in the school district since 1990. Prior to this assignment, he was principal of Hamilton Disston School.

Source: Pinellas County School District

New principals in Pinellas schools 08/02/13 [Last modified: Friday, August 2, 2013 5:41pm]
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