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Roosevelt, N.Y., Chief Named

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Robert-Wayne Harris will begin a three-year term Oct. 15 as the superintendent of the 2,800-student Roosevelt Union Free School District in Roosevelt, N.Y. He previously was an administrator at the neighboring 7,700-student Freeport, N.Y., district. He replaces interim Superintendent Roxanne Garcia. The troubled district is $8 million in debt, and was taken over by the state in 2002. ("N.Y. District Braces For State Takeover," May 15, 2002.)

Vol. 27, Issue 05, Page 4

Published in Print: September 24, 2007, as Roosevelt, N.Y., Chief Named

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