Schools superintendent announces transfers, promotions

Schools Superintendent Donna C. Hanlin has announced several promotions and transfers, as well as a new administrative hiring.

  • Choices Academy: Principal Dr. Kathy Vail (promotion from Assistant Principal at North Salisbury Elementary).
  • Delmar Elementary: Principal Kirby Bryson (transfer from Principal of Northwestern Elementary)
  • Northwestern Elementary: Principal Debbie Emge (transfer from Principal at Pinehurst Elementary).
  • Pinehurst Elementary: Principal Regina Rando (transfer from Principal at Willards Elementary), Assistant Principal Kevin Smith (promotion from Acting Assistant Principal at Glen Avenue Elementary).
  • Willards Elementary: Principal Judy Nicholson (transfer from Principal at Delmar Elementary)
  • James M. Bennett High: Assistant Principals Erin Nathan (promotion from JMB Dean of students) and Keith Bailey (promotion from Wicomico High Dean of Students); Kimandi Binns, Dean of Students (promotion from Acting Dean of Students at JMB).
  • North Salisbury Elementary: Assistant Principal Marie Baker (transfer from Assistant Principal at Fruitland Intermediate).
  • Fruitland Intermediate: Assistant Principal Christina Stewart (promotion from Literacy Coach).
  • Glen Avenue Elementary: Assistant Principal Dr. Renee Hall (transfer from Assistant Principal at Fruitland Primary).
  • Fruitland Primary: Assistant Principal Kaimais Love (transfer from Assistant Principal at Pinehurst Elementary).
  • Bennett Middle: Assistant Principal Mike Bievenour (transfer from Assistant Principal at Delmar Elementary).
  • Delmar Elementary: Assistant Principal Shelly Hall (transfer from Assistant Principal at Westside Primary).
  • Wicomico Middle: Assistant Principal Lisa Forbush (transfer from Assistant Principal at James M. Bennett High).
  • Director of Communications and Community Outreach: Paul Butler (new hire from WBOC-TV).
  • Supervisor of Special Education: Nicole Twilley (promotion from Special Education Specialist)
  • Coordinator of ED Programs: Rhonda Ford (promotion from Special Education Specialist).

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