In the Schools
Joan Cannady Countryman, assistant head for academic planning and director of studies, Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, Pa., to head, Lincoln School, Providence, R.I.
Frank E. Magusin, acting head of school and upper-school director, Lakeside School, Seattle, Wash., to head of St. Paul Academy and Summit School, St. Paul, Minn.
Craig Maughan, principal, Pembroke Hill School, Kansas City, Mo., to headmaster, Trinity Preparatory School, Winter Park, Fla.
In the Districts
Julian Gazzano Jr., director of pupil personnel and special education, Islip (N.Y.) Public Schools, to superintendent of schools, Tuckahoe Common School District of Southampton, N.Y.
Thomas A. Kersten, assistant superintendent for instruction, Skokie (Ill.) District 68 board of education, to superintendent of schools.
In the Associations
Josiah Bunting 3rd, headmaster, The Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, N.J., to president, College of William and Mary chapter of Phi Delta Kappa.
Three trustees were recently appointed to the board of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. They are: Teresa Heinz, chair and chief executive officer of the Heinz Family Philanthropies, vice chair of the Environmental Defense Fund, and cofounder of the Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning; Helene L. Kaplan, of counsel, law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher, & Flom, N.Y.C.; and Adm. James T. Watkins (Ret.), former U.S. Secretary of Energy.
The New York State United Teachers recently announced the promotions and appointments of four staff members: Peter Boespflug, director of public relations, to field-services communications director; Deborah Hormell Ward, assistant director of media-relations/communications department, to managing editor, New York Teacher; Robert Rice Jr., deputy director of public relations, to director; and John A. Strachan, a sales executive with Associated Press Information Services, to media-relations/communications specialist.
Hyman Bass, professor of mathematics, Columbia University, to chair, Mathematical Sciences Education Board, National Research Council.
Lloyd V. Hackley, chancellor, Fayetteville State University, to chair, board of directors, Southeastern Regional Vision for Education, Greensboro, N.C.
Mary Kay Kickels, vice president of corporate planning and market development, Encyclopaedia Brittanica Educational Corporation, to vice president of development, Brittanica Marketing Companies, Chicago, Ill.
Alfred S. McClaren, president, Science Service Inc., a nonprofit corporation dedicated to furthering public understanding of science, to board of directors, Triangle Coalition for Science and Technology Education.
Loretta Roach, assistant director, Citywide Educational Coalition, an organization promoting educational excellence in the Boston schools, to executive director.
Resignations and Retirements
William Simmons, superintendent, Wayne County Regional Educational Service Agency, Wayne, Mich., has announced his retirement, effective August 31.