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Changes in DOE leadership announced

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The DOE superintendent is making some changes, starting with southern high: effective Monday Rosalin Meeks moves from J.P. Torres Alternative School to be the new principal there while James Petite will take over as principal of Agueda Johnston Middle School. Joining Meeks on the new Southern leadership team will be Assistant Principals Geraldine Pablo of  PC Lujan, Trisha San Miguel of Agueda Johnston Middle School, Gaylene Cruz of George Washington High School, and Raymond Mantanona of DOE's Curriculum and Instruction Division.  According to Fernandez It's a pivotal time for Southern, which is scheduled to undergo a full accreditation visit in the spring of 2013 and is undergoing major improvements to its facilities and infrastructure.

Other assignments include:

Naomi Taitingfong, Principal, Agueda Johnston to Jose Rios Middle School, Principal

  • Joel Punzalan, Asst. Principal, Southern to George Washington HS, Asst. Principal
  • Gerard Tedpahago, Asst. Principal, Southern to Untalan Middle School, Asst. Principal
  • Janet Duenas, Asst. Principal, Southern to PC Lujan Elementary, Asst. Principal
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