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as the Upper Perkiomen Middle School assistant principal. The East Greenville, Pennsylvania, school is part of the Upper Perkiomen School District.
lsville Elementary School principal. Chorones will replace Brenda L. DeRenzo, who is slated to take over as the school district's director of student services, Parkland officials said. The current director, Robert Thornburg, is retiring in June. Chorones, who lives in the Breinigsville section of Upper Macungie Township, is slated to earn an annual salary of $97,000, which will be prorated based on his to be determined start date, officials said. Right now, Chorones serves Adidas Superstar Dark Green
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for both the Whitehall Coplay and Allentown school districts. "Timothy's background, skills and overall personality will complement the Fogelsville community very well," Parkland Superintendent Richard Sniscak said in a prepared statement. "He is dynamic, articulate, professional and cares deeply for children. His strong technology background enhances his Adidas Superstar New Arrival overall skills as an instructional leader and he shares our common goal of improving student learning at every level.
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officials said. Parkland School District officials and teachers union representatives meet every month whether or not a contract negotiation is underway. "We have an open dialogue" with both of Parkland's unions, Superintendent Richard Sniscak said. "We spend a lot of time cultivating those relationships. "So when the time comes to draft a new agreement, there are no surprises. "We meet regularly and I think we have some very honest and open conversations," Parkland Education Association President Sandi Gackenbach said.