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Canyons Announces Administrative Appointments

Canyons District announces several new leadership appointments.

The following have accepted new administrative roles in Canyons District schools:

Corrie barrettCorrie Barrett is the new principal of Oak Hollow Elementary School.

Barrett, the recipient of the 2011 Apex Award for School Administrator of the Year, has served as Oak Hollow’s Interim Principal since February. She also has been an Assistant Principal at Alta High and Butler Middle schools. Superintendent Dave Doty said Barrett’s performance “in her previous assignments has been exemplary.”

Alan ParrishAlan Parrish is the new Assistant Principal of Corner Canyon High School.

Parrish has served as an Assistant Principal of Brighton and Alta high schools. Dr. Doty says that Parrish “will be a great asset to Corner Canyon Principal Mary Bailey as she prepares to open the new high school in fall 2013.”

Both Barrett and Parrish were the successful candidates after a thorough competitive-hire process.

Parrish’s appointment creates an open position at Brighton High School, and provides an opportunity for some administrative changes in CSD high schools.

The following administrative appointments will be effective at the end of this school year:

  • Wyatt Bentley, an Assistant Principal at Jordan High, will fill the vacancy at Brighton created by Parrish’s move to Corner Canyon.
  • Steve Bailey, an Assistant Principal at Hillcrest High, will fill the vacancy left at Jordan High created by Bentley’s move to Brighton.
  • Mark Mitchell, an Assistant Principal at Alta High, will fill the vacancy left at Hillcrest created by Bailey’s move to Jordan High.
  • Mary Lauer, who has been a successful high school principal for years in Colorado, is appointed to be the new Assistant Principal at Alta High. She will fill the vacancy created by Mitchell’s move to Hillcrest High.

The Canyons Board of Education on March 27, 2012 ratified the appointments.

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