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Two San Marcos CISD assistant principals have resigned and will not return for the 2008-2009 school year due to opportunities for them in other school districts: Rachel Solis from Goodnight Junior High School and Enrique Garcia from Miller Junior High School. In filling those positions, Superintendent Dr. Patty Shafer announced Monday, May 5, 2008, some reassignments for next year as listed below. According to Shafer, these reassignments were made with the intention of maximizing success for the both campuses and the individual administrators involved. Reassignments include:

Ricardo Soliz

  • 2007-2008-Hernandez Intermediate School Assistant Principal
  • 2008-2009-Miller Junior High Assistant Principal
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Beverly Smith

  • 2007-2008-Hernandez Intermediate School Assistant Principal
  • 2008-2009-Goodnight Junior High Assistant Principal
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Amber Gilley

  • 2007-2008-Teaching & Learning Department Coordinator
  • 2008-2009-Hernandez Intermediate Assistant Principal
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Christine Kent

  • 2007-2008-Travis Elementary School Assistant Principal
  • 2008-2009-Hernandez Intermediate Assistant Principal
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In addition, Cynthia Pavia-Travis Elementary principal- has expressed interest in working in administration at the District level, and she is being reassigned to Teaching and Learning beginning 2008-2009. Dr. Shafer said, “Cynthia will be a valuable addition to that staff as she brings her experiences as Early Childhood Specialist, Bilingual Teacher, ESL Teacher, Title I Teacher, Assistant Principal, and Campus Principal to her new role.”Each of these individuals will complete 2007-2008 in their current positions. The vacancy for principal at Travis will be posted immediately, and the District plans to hire a new 2008-2009 principal for Travis before school is out.

By IRIS CAMPBELL
Public Information Officer

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