The following administrative changes were announced Thursday by CMCSS Schools Director Michael Harris:
- Maribeth Sisk, currently principal at Norman Smith Elementary, applied for and was selected assistant principal at Sango Elementary. Sisk will fill a new position created by the growth of Sango, which serves more than 900 students and is projected to continue a growth pattern. Sisk, who has served at Smith since 2007, previously was assistant principal at Northeast Elementary. She earned her master’s degree from Trevecca Nazarene University.
- Beth Unfried, currently principal at West Creek Elementary, will replace Sisk as principal at Norman Smith through an administrative appointment. She opened West Creek Elementary in 2008 and previously served as principal at Kenwood Elementary for eight years. She earned her master’s degree from Austin Peay State University.
- Lynne Rains, currently assistant principal at West Creek Elementary, has been administratively appointed principal of the school, replacing Unfried. Rains assisted Unfried in the opening of West Creek. She previously served as academic coach at Kenwood Elementary. She earned her master’s degree from Trevecca Nazarene University.
- The assistant principalship at West Creek will be posted immediately for applications.
The date for the administrative transfers is yet to be determined in order to ensure the best transition for students and staff.
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