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June 6, 2014

Administration changes on tap for Suwannee County Schools

Live Oak —

The end of every school year is filled with changes from the student body and school staff to the district office. Superintendent of Schools Jerry Scarborough has made, or will be making, a recommendation to the Suwannee County School Board for approval on administrative changes for the upcoming school year. Here’s an update of changes coming to the school administrative staff. 

The District welcomes back David Campbell who was hired to serve as the director of elementary and early childhood education. Campbell previously served as the principal of Suwannee Middle School prior to leaving for a middle school principal position in Union County. Campbell will start in his new position next week.

Lisa Dorris was promoted to director of food services. Dorris previously served as the culinary arts teacher at Suwannee-Hamilton Technical Center before accepting this position. Dorris started in her new position June 2 and replaces Rhonda Lepper who retired from the district.

Dee Dee McManaway was promoted to principal of Suwannee Elementary School. McManaway previously served as assistant principal at the school and replaces Melissa Moseley who retired. McManaway’s first day in her new role was Monday. 

Laura Williams has been hired as the assistant principal of Suwannee Elementary School. She was previously employed by Florida Gateway College as an instructor/coordinator. 

Stephenie Busch has been hired to serve as an assistant principal at Branford Elementary School. She previously served as an instructional coach in Columbia County. Busch replaces Lawanna Zimmermann who has taken an instructional position. Busch will begin her duties as assistant principal on July 1. 

Kim Jennings was promoted to assistant principal of Suwannee Middle School. Jennings is a former intensive reading teacher at SMS and will begin in her new position on July 1. Jennings replaces Dr. Felecia Moss who will not be returning. 

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