Administrative Changes announced for Wasatch Schools
|Wasatch County School District announced major changes in their leadership which will be affective on July 1, 2011.
Paul Sweat will be leaving Wasatch High School as Principal and will be transferred into the District Office as the Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment.
“We appreciate Mr. Sweat’s many years of service to the high school. We look forward to Paul providing continued leadership in his new role,” said Superintendent Terry Shoemaker.
At the same time, Eric Campbell will be leaving Heber Valley Elementary as Principal and will be transferred into the District Office as Coordinator for State and Federal Testing and Common Core Implementation.
“This position is intended to be a rotating position, allowing different administrators to work at the District Office every three to five years,” said Mr. Shoemaker. “We also appreciate Mr. Campbell’s leadership in directing the work at Heber Valley and wish him well in his new district assignment.”
A corresponding decrease of two full-time district curriculum specialists will also occur, thus keeping the district staff at current levels.
“We are grateful for the efforts of these specialists and acknowledge their wonderful contributions to the betterment of our school district,” said Mr. Shoemaker
The district will open and advertise for new principals at Wasatch High School and Heber Valley Elementary. They will also open and advertise for an Assistant Principal position at Timpanogos Intermediate School.
“These important changes are intended to better prepare us for the implementation of the new Common Core and corresponding new assessments, the continued implementation of our instructional model, the improvement of our professional learning community processes, and most importantly, the continued growth of the students we serve,” said Superintendent Shoemaker.
BY JOHN MOSS