Anne Arundel County gets 20 new principals next year

Twenty Anne Arundel County Public Schools will have new principals for the upcoming school year, according to a release from the Anne Arundel County Schools’ Public Information Office.

On Wednesday, the Board of Education announced that the following people were promoted to principal, according to the release:

  • Dr. Shawn Ashworth, of Arundel Middle School, to principal at J. Albert Adams Academy
  • Shira Dowling, of Tyler Heights Elementary School, to principal at Rolling Knolls Elementary
  • Stacy Fleisher, of Folger McKinsey Elementary, to principal at South Shore Elementary
  • Kevin Hamlin, of Old Mill High, to principal at Southern High
  • Amanda Salveron, of Richard Henry Lee Elementary, to principal at Overlook Elementary
  • Patricia Kelly, of the Central Office, to principal at Ruth Parker Eason Special School
  • Tamara Kelly, of Hillsmere Elementary, to principal at Belle Grove Elementary
  • Bonnie Myers, of Southgate Elementary, to principal at Southgate Elementary
  • Eugene Whiting, of George Fox Middle, to principal at MacArthur Middle

The Board of Education has reassigned the following people to different schools according to the release:

  • Rachel Amstutz, principal at South Shore Elementary, to Bodkin Elementary
  • Kristie Battista, principal at Overlook Elementary, to Marley Elementary
  • Kathleen FitzGerald, principal at Tracey’s Elementary, to Mayo Elementary
  • Stacy Gray, principal at MacArthur Middle, to Brock Bridge Elementary
  • Kirk Greubel, principal at Mayo Elementary, to Central Elementary
  • John Noon, principal at Brock Bridge Elementary, to Broadneck Elementary
  • Kathleen Panagopulos, principal returning from sabbatical, to Belvedere Elementary
  • Karen Soneira, principal at Maryland City Elementary, to Germantown Elementary
  • Rebecca Schou, principal at Edgewater Elementary, to Tracey’s Elementary

For more information about the reassignments and promotions in your area, visit Anne Arundel County Public School’s website

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