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updated: 5/19/2013 4:24 PM

Dist. 54 names more new principals, assistants

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Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54 has named two more new principals and two more assistant principals for the 2013-14 school year.

Last week, the school board appointed Julie Gluff as principal of Hale Elementary School in Schaumburg. She will replace Brian Lawson, who previously was named the next principal of Nerge Elementary School in Roselle.

Gluff currently serves as assistant principal of both Hale and Dooley elementary schools in the district. She previously worked as a Title I director for District 54 as well as a teacher at Lakeview Elementary School.

Nell Haack will become principal of Collins Elementary School in Schaumburg, replacing Laura Rosenblum who'll be principal of Lakeview School.

Haack currently is assistant principal of Einstein Elementary School in the district, and previously served as assistant principal of Aldrin Elementary, a mentor for new teachers, a literacy coach, and sixth grade and Reading Recovery teacher at Link Elementary School.

Catherine Kurtz will replace Haack as assistant principal of Einstein. She is currently an instructional coach for District 54 and previously was a classroom and Reading Recovery teacher at Fox Elementary School.

Joe McCauley will replace Gluff as assistant principal of Hale. He is currently employed by Palatine Township Elementary District 15, where he is assistant principal of Whiteley Elementary School in Hoffman Estates.

Whiteley previously worked as a special-education teacher in Morton Grove and Chicago.

All appointments for next school year will take effect on July 1.

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