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North Allegheny School Board names Marshall principal, Hosack principal, coordinator

| Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013, 7:56 p.m.

The North Allegheny School Board hired two administrators and named an interim principal to a permanent job.

The board last week appointed Marc Thornton as principal of Marshall Elementary School at an annual salary of $110,000. Previously, he was principal at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Mt. Lebanon.

Katherine Curran is the new coordinator of academic technology and instructional services, at an annual salary of $95,000. She was the coordinator of educational technology for the Norwin School District.

Amanda Mathieson, who has been interim principal at Hosack Elementary School since the start of this school year, was appointed to the job permanently. Her salary will be $110,000. Mathieson joined North Allegheny in 2008.

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