Leadership Teams Announced for Partnership Zone Schools

March 17th, 2011

Category: News

Part of Delaware’s Race to the Top plans included establishing a Partnership Zone to focus significant new resources in several of the state’s lowest-performing schools. Delaware schools selected for the Partnership Zone are progressing with innovative plans to transform into thriving campuses that inspire extraordinary student learning.   As part of its plan, each school was charged with selecting new leadership teams to guide them school through the process.

Howard High School of Technology has named Tim Capone as its new principal.  Mr. Capone comes to Howard from Sussex Central High School in the Indian River School District.

Christina School district welcomes new leadership teams to Stubbs Elementary School and Glasgow High School.

Positive Outcomes Charter School added a new principal to its leadership team in August 2010.

We are excited to see these efforts really getting underway in schools, and will track the new initiatives from each plan as the school year progresses.

Nancy Millard




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