Carnahan has been the principal at Estes Hills Elementary since 2007. She had served as the school’s assistant principal for a year before that.
Before joining CHCCS, Carnahan was the director of professional and organizational development for the Howard County Public School System in Ellicott City, MD. She also served as their staff development facilitator, as a resource teacher, speech-language pathologist and as an elementary classroom teacher.
Carnahan holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Towson University in Towson, MD. She also holds a certification from North Carolina in Administration and Supervision.
“Cheryl brings not only her experience as a successful elementary principal, but her background in district level educational change will benefit the new school and the entire district,” said Superintendent Thomas A. Forcella. “She will be sorely missed at Estes Hills Elementary, as the school has experienced positive academic and professional growth under her leadership,” he added.
Susan Pegg has been approved as the interim principal at Estes Hills. Pegg was the former principal at Seawell Elementary and an interim principal at FPG Elementary.
Elementary #11 will open in Fall 2013. When completed, it will meet gold-level LEED certification as a result of its environmental features and sustainable construction practices. Architectural elements from the surrounding community have been incorporated into the school’s design, as well as keeping the granite walls. The new school is being built on the historic Northside site located between Caldwell and McMasters Streets.
|Principal Cheryl Carnahan|
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