Friday, June 16, 2017

CHCCS Announces New Administrators

At its June 15 meeting, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education approved a series of administrative placements.

Marny Ruben, current principal of Seawell Elementary, will be the new principal of the Hospital School. She will replace Nancy Yoder, who is retiring.

Tomeka Ward-Satterfield, current principal of Phillips Middle, will be an assistant principal at a school to be determined.

LaVerne Mattocks, current principal of Carrboro High, will be the district’s executive director of secondary schools and student services.

 Christy Stanley, current coordinator of English/Language Arts 7-12 and Social Studies, will be the district’s director of secondary instruction.

Karen Galassi-Ferrer, current assistant principal at Morris Grove Elementary, will be the new assistant principal at Frank Porter Graham Bilingue Elementary. She will be replacing Jose Nambo, who will be returning to the classroom as a fifth-grade teacher at the same school.

Chassity Coston will be the new assistant principal at McDougle Middle. She is replacing Melda Dunn who is retiring. Coston is new to our school district. She most recently served as an administrative intern at Knightdale High in Wake County after five years as a math teacher in Durham Public Schools.
These changes will take effect on July 1.

Marny Ruben

Tomeka Ward-Satterfield

LaVerne Mattocks

Christy Stanley

Karen Galassi-Ferrer