Wicomico school leaders prepare for school year

Leadership teams are in place in all Wicomico County Public Schools, which will open for most students on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

Administrative teams for each school and program in Wicomico County Public Schools are listed below, with changes underlined.

Students in grades 1-6 and grade 9 will attend school on Sept. 4. (Exceptions: All grades will attend at Pittsville Elementary and Middle, and only grade 6 will attend at Mardela Middle and High.) All students in grades 1-12 will be in school Wednesday, Sept. 5. During the first week, kindergarten and prekindergarten students will report as scheduled by the assigned school.

Elementary:

Beaver Run Elementary (including Wicomico Early Learning Center): Principal Curtis W. Twilley, Assistant Principals Tana Ellis, Cindy Becker

Charles H. Chipman Elementary: Principal Antionette Perry, Assistant Principal Alexan Dargan

Delmar Elementary: Principal Kirby S. Bryson, Assistant Principals Dr. Ryan Kessler and Shelly M. Hall

East Salisbury Elementary: Principal Glendon A. Jones, Assistant Principal Tara Parsons, Dean of Students Timothy Dickson

Fruitland Primary: Principal Lisa M. Forbush, Assistant Principal Kaimais B. Love

Fruitland Intermediate: Principal Jon D. Shearer, Assistant Principal Christina M. Stewart

Glen Avenue Elementary: Principal Dr. Kathleen Vail, Assistant Principal Chelsea Seabrease

North Salisbury Elementary: Principal Dave Harris, Assistant Principal Marie A. Baker

Northwestern Elementary: Principal Deborah L. Emge, Assistant Principal Joyce D. Lewis

Pemberton Elementary: Principal Melissa A. Eiler, Assistant Principal Carla H. Hicks

Pinehurst Elementary: Principal Regina J. Rando, Assistant Principal Kevin R. Smith, Dean of Students Matthew Curtis

Prince Street Elementary: Principal Jason L. Miller, Assistant Principal Kimberly Waters, Dean of Students John “Chris” McLaughlin

West Salisbury Elementary: Principal Melva P. Wright, Assistant Principal James Hesen

Westside Primary: Principal Maria Wright

Westside Intermediate: Principal Christopher P. Nunzio, Assistant Principal Glenda Sinclair

Willards Elementary: Principal Judy W. Nicholson, Assistant Principal Jennifer Rice

Pittsville Elementary and Middle: Principal Michael T. Cody, Assistant Principal Nancy L. Guillemart

Early Childhood Programs:

Wicomico County Judy Center Partnership: Trina Tilghman-Dix

Wicomico Birth to Five Program: Supervisor Patricia A. Adkins

Middle:

Bennett Middle: Principal Christel C. Savage, Assistant Principals Lisa King, Vera Reed and Alison Dunn, Dean of Students Jordan Townsend

Pittsville Elementary and Middle: Principal Michael T. Cody, Assistant Principal Nancy L. Guillemart

Salisbury Middle: Principal Kristina V. Gosnell, Assistant Principals Terance Dunn and Jennifer Mudd, Dean of Students Tikitia Glover

Wicomico Middle: Principal Tara O’Barsky, Assistant Principals Bobby Purnell and Rob Hopkins, Dean of Students Tonya Wilson

Mardela Middle and High: Principal Liza W. Hastings, Assistant Principals Shawn Y. Gardner and Michael Campbell, Dean of Students Sharon Cooper

High School:

James M. Bennett High: Principal Amy Eskridge, Assistant Principals Erin Nathan, Keith W. Bailey and Kimandi Binns, Dean of Students Jason Capobianco

Mardela Middle and High: Principal Liza W. Hastings, Assistant Principals Shawn Y. Gardner and Michael Campbell, Dean of Students Sharon Cooper

Parkside High: Principal Kimberly D. Pinhey, Assistant Principals Sheree Douglas-Johnson, Brian P. Briggs and William Witte (CTE), Dean of Students Kesha Cook

Wicomico High: Principal Don R. Brady, Assistant Principals Lavion Bratten, Michele McGoogan and Ronald A. Greene, Dean of Students Kenneth Popp

Wicomico Evening High School: Supervisor Dave Harner, Assistant Principal Mike Bievenour

Programs:

Choices Academy (with Online Learning Lab and extended learning program): Principal Courtney Elliott, Assistant Principals Michael Beale, Mike Bievenour

 

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