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New FBLG leaders hope for new changes

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - It's the first week on the job for F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School principal Carla Masnayon, who says she's ready to tackle issues at the Yigo campus. Masnayon says she will be meeting with parents and the school community this week. Today, she met with teachers to ensure they know her expectations and how they can all work together.

In addition, she says she plans on working holding class assemblies and meet with support staff. She said, "I met with the admin team yesterday. We had a lengthy meeting to get a feel of what has been going on. What are the procedures in place. Today I had scheduled meetings with the teachers and trying to let them know what my expectations are as a principal. Also to let them know that we're going to be working together. We need to work together."

An announcement on a new administration team was made last week with Hannah Gutierrez named the school's new assistant principal. Former principal Ulric Mark and assistant principal Milaflor Quitugua were removed following reports of bullying on campus.

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