School year kicks off with new principals

Posted Monday, Aug. 26, 2013  comments  Print Reprints
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Recently, Arlington school district made several appointments for assistant principals and one principal.

• Stacie Humbles was named the new principal at Butler Elementary School. Humbles served as assistant principal there since 2011.

• Erica Bynum will serve as assistant principal at the new two-story James and Barbara Elementary School. Bynum previously worked at Mansfield Independent School District as its reading specialist.

• Keith Boyd will be the new assistant principal at Blanton Elementary School. Boyd was Pearcy Elementary School’s fifth grade teacher.

• Dana Ware was named the new assistant principal at Farrell Elementary School. Ware previously worked as an assessment and data analyst at Fort Worth Independent School District.

• Andrea Pack was selected as an assistant principal at Miller Elementary School. Pack previously worked as a special education teacher and coach at Workman Junior High.

• Sheri Mohr will serve as assistant principal at Sherrod Elementary School. Mohr previously worked as an assistant principal in Lewisville Independent School District.

• Sugey Villarreal was selected as an assistant principal at Webb Elementary School. Villarreal previously served as a bilingual teacher at Johns Elementary School.

• Reny Lizardo will be the new assistant principal at James Bowie High School. Lizardo previously served as assistant principal to Bailey Junior High.

• Billy Linson was named the new assistant principal at Young Junior High. Linson previously worked as coach and social studies teacher at James Bowie High School.

• Eric Carter and Rosa Newberry will serve as assistant principals at Lamar High School. Carter previously served as assistant principal in Dallas Independent School District. Newberry previously served as assistant principal at Carter Junior High.

Monica S. Nagy, 817-390-7792 Twitter:@MonicaNagyFWST

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