New Hanover County Board of Education Announces New Leadership Appointments
The New Hanover County Board of Education approved several new appointments for the 2012-2013 school year.
Dr. Julie Duclos-Greenwood has been appointed as priority schools coach for New Hanover County Schools (NHCS). Dr. Duclos-Greenwood currently serves as principal of Murrayville Elementary School. She was also principal of Alderman Elementary, assistant principal at Carolina Beach Elementary, taught fourth grade at Mary C. Williams Elementary and special education at J. C. Roe Elementary. Dr. Duclos-Greenwood was formerly a lead specialist/observer and evaluator with Camp Lejeune Dependents’ Schools. Ms. Tim Dominowski, principal of Bradley Creek Elementary School, will replace Dr. Duclos-Greenwood as principal of Murrayville Elementary School.
Jayne Kiker, currently serving as assistant principal at Laney High School, has been appointed as principal of Bradley Creek Elementary School. Previously, she was an assistant principal at North Brunswick High School. Ms. Kiker taught at Parsley and Sunset Park Elementary Schools and Coventry Elementary School in Yorktown, Virginia.
Deborah Greenwood has been appointed as principal of Forest Hills Global Elementary School. Ms. Greenwood is currently an elementary principal with South Redford Schools in Redford, Michigan. Previously, she was an elementary principal with Holly Area Schools in Holly, Michigan, Title I Coordinator with Oak Park Schools, Oak Park, Michigan, Executive Director of K-12 Curriculum and Instruction with Brandon Schools-Ortonville, Michigan, and elementary principal with Avondale Schools, Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Cindy Talbert, who has held several principal positions with the district prior to her retirement, will return as principal at Snipes Academy of Art and Design. Ms. Talbert was principal of Pine Valley and Ogden Elementary Schools and was an assistant principal at Ogden and Blount Elementary Schools. During her retirement, she served as an interim principal and assistant principal at Gregory Elementary School of Science, Math & Technology, Sunset Park, Forest Hills Global and Blair Elementary schools.
The Board of Education also approved the appointment of Lawrence
S. Clark to the Cape Fear Community College board of trustees.
Mr. Clark is the dean of the Cameron School of Business at the
University of North Carolina Wilmington. He is a past board
member and Treasurer for New Hanover Regional Medical Center and
past Co-Chair of the Partners for Economic Inclusion. He is on
the board of Elderhaus and a member of Wilmington Downtown
Rotary. Mr. Clark’s prior service positions include: Member,
Cape Fear Council Boys Scouts of America; Chair, Rohnert
Park/Cotati United Way Board; Chair and Member, Biracial