Moon Area principal named acting superintendent
The Moon Area School District has appointed an elementary school principal and director of instruction to be acting superintendent, following the planned resignation of its current acting superintendent, Maureen Ungarean.
Caroline Johns, currently director of instruction for the district and principal at Allard Elementary, will take over the acting superintendent job effective Sept. 11, as Ungarean is leaving the district to relocate with her family, district officials said Tuesday. Other staffing changes will take place to cover various administrative openings in the elementary schools and high school.
Ungarean became acting superintendent following the retirement of Donna K. Milanovich on June 28. Johns currently is working on her doctorate in school leadership at the University of Pittsburgh. Her salary as acting superintendent is yet to be determined.
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