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Administration Changes At LCSD

Lincoln County School District (LCSD) announced exciting changes in its

administration team for the 2024/25 school year, as part of its ongoing commitment to leadership excellence and the provision of high-quality educational experiences for all students. Sandy Mummey, currently the Special Programs Administrator of Healthy and Equitable Schools, has been appointed as the new Elementary Teaching and Learning Director.

Mummey succeeds Dr. Katie Barrett, who will be embarking on a new chapter in Washington after a remarkable six years of service in the role. Mummey was an LCSD elementary school teacher for seven years, an elementary school principal for eight years before taking on the DEI administrator role in 2021. "Sandy has nearly two decades of experience in elementary education within our district," said LCSDSuperintendent Dr. Majalise Tolan. "Her exceptional leadership abilities, coupled with her direct involvement in equity work and community building, position her perfectly to continue the excellent work initiated by Dr. Katie Barrett. We look forward to her continued development of our elementary program."

In another shift, longtime LCSD administrator Susan Van Liew has been named Assistant Superintendent of Healthy and Equitable Schools. Van Liew's extensive experience (34 years at LCSD) and deep commitment to the well-being of all students make her the ideal choice to lead the district's efforts in ensuring a healthy and equitable educational environment. "This alignment of our administration team underscores our district's dedication to leadership that is both visionary and grounded in a deep understanding of the needs of our students and community," added Dr. Tolan. "We are excited about the future and look forward to the positive impact these talented leaders will have on our district."

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