August 10, 2022

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LPOSD introduces new directors | Bonner County Every day Bee

PONDERAY — New Lake Pend Oreille Faculty District administrative staff were being launched to the community at the August 24, board of trustees conference.

Casey McLaughlin, the previous principal at Sandpoint Middle College, is now the district’s new assistant director of training and discovering and title coordinator.

Thomas (TJ) Clary is the new principal at Southside Elementary — wherever he was at the time a scholar himself. Clary, who explained he is thrilled to commence the school 12 months, attended has been instructing at Sandpoint Middle College for the previous handful of yrs.

Kari Granier, who is the new Sandpoint Center School principal, has been the assistant principal and athletic director there for the past a few decades. Just before she experienced taught at the middle university for 8 many years.

“I’ve been in the community my whole lifestyle, so I am extremely enthusiastic to be in this job,” said Granier.

Sandpoint Middle School’s new assistant principal and things to do director is Crosby Tajan. Also an alumni of LPOSD, Tajan started out his job in education at SHS and worked there for 17 several years. Tajan, who used the earlier 5 yrs in Wyoming, explained he feels fortunate and psyched to be back again serving the neighborhood in his new roles.

Christine (Chris) Davis is the new principal at Sagle Elementary College and comes from St. Louis, Missouri. This is Davis’ 24th 12 months in instruction. She began in a definitely big district numerous many years back as a sixth quality trainer. Davis also had 7 yrs of practical experience as an administrator in that district, three decades of that as a principal.

With household in Montana and yrs spent browsing the area Davis and her family members have determined to make Sandpoint their forever residence. She feels incredibly blessed to be in this article and seems forward to doing work with the personnel at LPOSD, mentioned Davis.

Elizabeth (Betsy) Dalessio, beforehand the assistant principal at Farmin Stidwell Elementary, is now the principal.

Delessio could not show up at the board assembly thanks to her determination operating an night occasion giving new college clothes to learners at Farmin Stidwell, Superintendent Tom Albertson said.

KC MacDonald joins Delessio at the college, in which he will be the new assistant principal, going in excess of from training at Clark Fork Jr./Sr. Superior University.

MacDonald grew up in Libby and has been instructing for 22 many years. He is thrilled to do the job with Delessio. He thanks the LPOSD directors who have been in frequent make contact with and have supplied guidance as he and Delessio enter into their new roles, claimed MacDonald.