Pasco School District to see principal changes

By the Tri-City HeraldApril 21, 2013 

PASCO -- Three Pasco schools will have new principals come the fall term.

Diana Cissne, currently principal of Longfellow Elementary School, will be the new principal at Maya Angelou Elementary School. And Eric Christensen, who is assistant principal at Rowena Chess Elementary School, will return to Maya Angelou as assistant principal.

Claudia Serrano, assistant principal at Maya Angelou, will become principal at Longfellow, replacing Cissne.

Pasco High assistant principal Charlotte Troxel will become the next principal at Stevens Middle School. She will replace Carla Lobos, who will become the district's executive director of teaching and learning.

LeAnn Nunamaker, Maya Angelou's outgoing principal, will become the school district's director of curriculum and professional development.

And Pasco High School graduate Tim Sullivan, who most recently was a principal in Southern California, will become the district's human resources director this summer.

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