Parkland Faculty District appoints new assistant superintendent

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Parkland Faculty District will quickly have a brand new assistant superintendent.

The Parkland Board of Faculty Administrators on Tuesday appointed Timothy Chorones to the place. He’ll start the job on July 1.

Chorones is presently serving as principal at Fogelsville Elementary Faculty and can change Rodney Troutman, who will retire this yr, in accordance with a information launch from the district.

Chorones has served because the principal at Fogelsville Elementary Faculty since 2015. Previous to his management function at Fogelsville, he served because the assistant principal at Higher Perkiomen Center Faculty within the Higher Perkiomen Faculty District.

He taught elementary faculty for 9 years. He was a fourth and fifth grade elementary faculty instructor and Okay-12 Know-how Integration Coach within the Whitehall-Coplay Faculty District, in accordance with the information launch. Earlier than that, he was a fourth and fifth grade instructor within the Allentown Faculty District. 

Superintendent Mark Madson stated, “Mr. Chorones has carried out an impressive job operating the every day operations at Fogelsville for the final 7 years. He has invaluable expertise as a Parkland principal. These abilities, alongside together with his general administration and problem-solving abilities, will allow him to efficiently transition to this district-wide management place.”

“I’m honored to proceed serving the Parkland Faculty District on this new capability,” Chorones stated.

“I sit up for absorbing all of the data and historical past that I can from Dr. Rod Troutman earlier than he retires and I pledge to assist the District present alternatives that allow all college students to succeed in their fullest potential. I’d prefer to thank the District’s management crew for his or her steerage and help through the years. I’m excited to hitch a tremendous new management crew and for all that the longer term has in retailer right here in Parkland Faculty District.”

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