Achievers & Accolades

School District Makes New Administrative Appointments

By Meg Garner, posted Jul 15, 2014
(Lauren Kefalonitis)
New Hanover County Schools has announced new administrative assignments for the 2014-15 school year.
Those recently named to new positions, according to a press release, are:
Lauren Kefalonitis, currently assistant principal at Codington Elementary School, will serve as principal at Bradley Creek Elementary School for the 2014-15 school year. Before becoming assistant principal, Kefalonitis was a teacher at the Wilmington Academy of Arts and Sciences. She holds a doctorate in educational leadership and a master’s in school administration.
Cyndy Bliss (right) is the new principal for Castle Hayne Elementary School for the upcoming school year. Currently assistant principal at Murray Middle School, Bliss has experience teaching middle school science and social studies. She has a master’s degree in school administration from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
David Bittner is New Hanover High School’s new assistant principal. At present, Bittner is assistant principal at the Brunswick Early College High School. Before becoming an assistant principal, he taught English at Pender and Topsail high schools.
Monica Goza, the current principal of Winter Park Elementary School, will retire at the end of November this year.
Paul Slovik will be the new principal at Winter Park Elementary School, effective December 1. He now serves as the school's assistant principal. Prior to his current position, he was assistant principal at Gregory Elementary and Bradley Creek Elementary schools. Slovik earned a master’s degree in school administration from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Charles Cook will now be the supplemental services supervisor for the district's Maintenance Operations Department. Cook has been the department's project administrator and carpentry foreman.
Ico insights


20180514 104209 51418120638

The Importance of Preparing A Great Foundation

Steve Adams - School of Learning Arts

What are We Selling?

Sabrina Davis - Port City Signs & Graphics

City Club Membership: Good For Business (And Pleasure)

Jonathan Weiss - City Club of Wilmington, LLC

Trending News

Construction Of CenterPoint Might Not Start Until 2020

Cece Nunn - May 17, 2018

RiverLights Update: Amenities Open; More Homes, Retail, Apartments Coming

Cece Nunn - May 18, 2018

Block By Block

Cece Nunn and Christina Haley O'Neal - May 18, 2018

Real Estate Firm To Rebuild Offices In Oak Island, Hampstead; Adds 8 Realtors In Carolina Beach

Cece Nunn - May 18, 2018

Business Leaders Predict Potential Local Impacts Of Apple Campus In NC

Christina Haley O'Neal - May 18, 2018

In The Current Issue

Local B&Bs Face Changing Industry

Gwenyfar Rohler is transforming her childhood home, a 120-year-old house at 1817 Market St., into a bed and breakfast inn....

Broadhurst Appointed To State Commission

Spence Broadhurst was recently appointed to the N.C. Banking Commission....

Addressing The Area’s Food Deserts

“If we can find a model that works, we would like to replicate what we can in other parts of Wilmington or the region,” said Scott Whisnant,...

Book On Business

The 2018 WilmingtonBiz: Book on Business is an annual publication showcasing the Wilmington region as a center of business.

Order Your Copy Today!



2018 Power Breakfast: The Main Event
2018 WilmingtonBiz Expo - Keynote Lunch with Eric Dinenberg, Rouse Properties
2017 Health Care Heroes