Currituck names Lutz, Dowdy assistant school superintendents
From staff reports
Friday, October 27, 2017
CURRITUCK — Currituck County Schools has promoted two school principals to fill two top jobs at the central office and elevated two assistant principals to replace them at their schools on an interim basis.
Superintendent Mark Stefanik announced Friday that Dr. Matthew Lutz, currently principal at Currituck Middle School, has been named the Currituck County Schools’ new assistant superintendent of schools and director of elementary education.
Stefanik also announced that Renee Dowdy, currently principal at Currituck County High School, has been promoted to assistant superintendent of schools and director of secondary education.
Stepping up to replace Lutz and Dowdy at their respective schools are Michelle Cowan and Juvanda Crutch, Stefanik said. Cowan, currently an assistant principal at Currituck Middle School, will become interim principal at the school. Crutch, an assistant principal at the high school, will become interim principal at the school.
To replace Cowan, Virginia Arrington has been named the new assistant principal at Currituck Middle School, Stefanik said. Arrington will continue in her role as the district’s administrative support services coordinator, he said.
A new assistant principal has not yet been named for the high school, Stefanik said.
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