Prince William County schools have appointed three new administrators in the central office.
Brenda Quanstrom, who has worked with county schools since 1972, was selected as supervisor of middle schools. Quanstrom, former director of middle school education, also has been a teacher and has worked in other administrative positions.
Thomas Carter was appointed supervisor of alternative education. He has served as director of secondary education since 1985. Carter also has held positions in Prince William schools as an elementary school teacher, middle school assistant principal and principal.
Michael Salkco, director and supervisor of elementary education since 1979, was named supervisor of educational specifications. Salkco began his career with the county in 1964 and has been a teacher, assistant principal and principal at various elementary schools.
Assistant Principals Chosen
The Prince William County School Board also appointed the following to assistant principal positions at the elementary school level:
Cheryl Spetrino, an assistant principal at Springwoods Elementary, will move to Antietam Elementary; Joanne Mackara, from Stafford County public schools, will become assistant principal at Kerrydale Elementary; Susan Powell, a teacher at Kerrydale Elementary, will be an assistant principal at McAuliffe Elementary; Brenda French, an assistant principal at Sudley Elementary, will move to Parkside Elementary; and Deborah Thompson, an Alexandria City school teacher, will become an assistant principal at Pattie Elementary.
CADRE Elects Officers
The Prince William Area Regional CADRE (Commonwealth Alliance Drug Rehabilitation Education) has elected new officers for the term October 1990 to September 1992. Rhonda Brown, a teacher at Dean Middle School in Manassas, will become chairwoman. Associate Superintendent for Prince William County Schools William Cox was elected vice chairman and Deborah Hensley, a director at the Prince William Addiction Center, will become secretary and treasurer.
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