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DoDDS-Pacific/DDESS-Guam Announces New Leadership

For Immediate Release — August 15, 2008 | Pacific
Charles Steitz: Public Affairs Officer | DSN: 644-5657

TORII STATION, OKINAWA , JAPAN — August 15, 2008 — Dr. Nancy Bresell, Director for DoDDS- Pacific/DDESS-Guam is pleased to announce the selection of new administrators by district.

A) Japan District
New Assistant Superintendent: Paula Miller

SCHOOL

NEW ADMINISTRATORS

Principal

Asst Principal

Cummings ES

Scott Sterry

 

Jack N. Darby ES

Carol Jaramillo

 

Edgren HS

Jeff Arrington

Georgia Watters

Ikego ES

Scott Finlay

 

King HS

 

Andrea Mial

Kinnick HS

Lorenzo Brown

 

Lanham ES

David Russell

 

Joan K. Mendel ES

Hattie Phipps

 

Sollars ES

 

Djuna Underwood

Sullivans ES

Walter Wilhoit

Willette Horne-Barnes

Yokosuka MS

Geoffrey Fong

Sonja Rodriguez

Yokota MS

Mary Leinard

Michelle Moore

Yokota HS

 

Henry Barr

B) Guam District
New Superintendent: Gayle Vaughn-Wiles

SCHOOL

NEW ADMINISTRATORS

Principal

Asst Principal

Andersen ES

Helen Bailey

Vacant

Guam HS

Linda Connelly

 

McCool ES/MS

 

Ray Scantlan

C) Korea District

SCHOOL

NEW ADMINISTRATORS

Principal

Asst Principal

Humphreys ES/MS

Joyce Diggs

 

Joy ES

Marguerite Green

 

Osan MS
(opening SY 09-10)

Marie Cullen

 

Osan HS

Timothy Erickson

Truly Schramm

Seoul ES

Melissa Klopfer

Kris Kwiatek
Samia Mounts

Seoul MS

 

Kathleen Stander

D) Okinawa District
New Superintendent: Martha Brown

SCHOOL

NEW ADMINISTRATORS

Principal

Asst Principal

Amelia Earhart IS

 

Bill Mierzejewski

Kadena MS

Vacant

 

Kadena HS

Tony Harris

 

Kubasaki HS

 

Marti

Ryukyu MS

Paul Currier

Rodney Peterson

Stearley Heights ES

John Mueller

 

Bresell explained, although many of these administrators have already worked as Principals and Assistant Principals in the Pacific, we are extremely fortunate to have these well qualified individuals as educational leaders. Each of them brings a philosophy that schools represent the foundation for the communities we serve and that children are a precious resource for our country.  Their skills as strong managers and supervisors are critical components as we work to achieve Highest Student Achievement.