In the Schools
George E. Cannon, elementary science specialist, Shaker Heights (Ohio) City School District, to principal, Fernway School, Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Neil T. Glazer, principal, Longfellow Elementary School, Teaneck, N.J., to principal, Shaker Middle School, Shaker Heights, Ohio.
William F. Patterson, director of studies, Forman School, Litchfield, Conn., to head, Chelsea School, Silver Spring, Md.
Mary Magnano Smith, associate dean of administration and external affairs, McLaren School of Business, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, Calif., to director of schools, Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco, Calif.
In the Districts
Margaret M. (Peggy) Caldwell, director of communications, Cleveland Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, to director of communications, Shaker Heights (Ohio) City School District
Joyce Ann Hackett, special-education supervisor, Bi-County Special Education Cooperative, Morrison, Ill., to superintendent, Dallas City (Ill.) Community Unit District #336.
Evelyn Blose Holman, president, Public School Superintendents' Association of Maryland, and superintendent, Wicomico County School District, Salisbury, to superintendent, Bay Shore Union Free School District, Long Island, N.Y.
William White, superintendent, Deer Creek (Okla.) School District, to superintendent, Ponca City (Okla.) Public Schools.
In the Associations
Dennis R. Arnold, principal, McKinley School, Watertown, S.D., to board of directors, National Association of Elementary School Principals, Alexandria, Va.
Barbara F. Campbell, director of catechesis, Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockford, Ill., to associate director, department of religious education, National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C.
Gerald A. Daley, superintendent, Dover (N.H.) School District, to president, New Hampshire School Administrators Association, Durham, N.H.
Thompson Faller, professor of philosophy, University of Portland, Portland, Ore., to board of directors, National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C.
James L. Heft, provost, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, to board of directors, National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C.
John L. Jaco, president, United Way--Denver Branch, Denver, Colo., to executive director, American Counseling Association, Alexandria, Va.
Felton M. Johnson, superintendent, Community School District 9, New York City, to vice president, public education services, Sylvan Learning Systems Inc., Columbia, Md.
Don R. Lapinski, principal, Dick Scobee Elementary School, Auburn, Wash., to board of directors, National Association of Elementary School Principals, Alexandria, Va.
John J. Leibrecht, Bishop, Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau, Springfield, Mo., to chairman, board of directors, National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C.
Eddie L. Lucero, principal, Griegos Elementary School, Albuquerque, N.M., to director, National Association of Elementary School Principals Foundation, Alexandria, Va.
Frederica A. Massiah-Jackson, judge, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia, Pa., to board of directors, National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C.
Dominic A. Palazzolo, principal, Yake Elementary School, Woodhaven, Mich., to president-elect, National Association of Elementary School Principals, Alexandria, Va.
Jerome R. Porath, superintendent, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Calif., to president, chief administrators of Catholic education department, National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C.
Bonnie J. Pryor, principal, St. Cecelia's Cathedral Elementary School, Omaha, Neb., to secretary, board of directors, National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C.
Gov. Roy Romer of Colorado, to chairman, Education Commission of the States, Denver, Colo.
Donald C. Teel, regional director, West Georgia Regional Education Services Agency, Newnan, Ga., to associate executive director, Commission on Elementary and Middle Schools, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Decatur, Ga.
Gov. Tommy Thompson of Wisconsin, to chairman-elect, Education Commission of the States, Denver, Colo.
Jerry W. Vrshek, principal, Lane Elementary School, Alsip, Ill., to board of directors, National Association of Elementary School Principals, Alexandria, Va.
Julian Alssid, director of economic development, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, N.Y., to senior director for workforce initiatives, New York City Partnership, New York City.
David Bloomfield, general counsel and senior education adviser, Office of the Manhattan Borough President, New York City, to executive director, Center for Effective Education Management, New York City Partnership, New York City.
Barbara T. Bowman, vice president for programs, Erikson Institute for Advanced Study in Child Development, Chicago, Ill., to president of the institute.
George R. Fichter, state director of gifted and talented education and director of speech and hearing services, Ohio Department of Education, Columbus, Ohio, to member, consulting team, SchoolMatch, Westerville, Ohio.
Laurie Regelbrugge, senior program officer, Hitachi Foundation, Washington, D.C., to director of programs for the foundation.
Manuel J. Rivera, superintendent, Rochester (N.Y.) Public Schools, to deputy director of schools, Edison Project, New York City.
Doris McEwen Walker, principal, East Lansing (Mich.) High School, to director of the division of school administration and associate professor, Indiana University, South Bend, Ind.
Joyce Ann Hackett
Mary Magnano Smith
Donald C. Teel
Doris McEwen Walker
Vol. 13, Issue 40