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Principal moves in Hillsborough

School leaders will trade jobs in the new year.
Alan Black, outgoing principal of Burney Elementary School, in an image on the school website. [HSPS  |  Handout]
Alan Black, outgoing principal of Burney Elementary School, in an image on the school website. [HSPS | Handout]
Published Dec. 10, 2019

The Hillsborough County School Board approved several principal transfers at its meeting on Tuesday.

These are the moves, all effective Jan. 6:

Alan Black will move from Burney Elementary to the planned Elementary "D" in the Apollo Beach area.

Connie Chisholm will replace Black at Burney. Chisholm has been working as a coordinator in the district’s administrative division.

Richard Shields, who was an assistant principal at Sessums Elementary, will be the new principal of Lamb Elementary. Shields replaces Chantel Angeletti, who ran Lamb briefly after her tenure at Sulphur Springs K-8.

Colleen Faucett, who was the principal of Wilson Middle School, will become a principal coach.

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