LORAIN — The district continues to shuffle its administrators with the naming Rae Bastock as the executive director of Lorain High School.
Bastock, appointed as turnaround principal for Southview Middle School after Brittiany Sanford’s departure last week, will replace Daniel Garvey, according to a district news release. Garvey is returning to the Dominican Republic to head a school in Punta Cana.
She is a 25-year veteran within the district, having served in Longfellow and Southview middle schools previously.
“I hope to engrain in everyone that our kids can do this; that they can be successful and that they can walk out of this building knowing that they can choose a path that’s right for them and will allow them to be successful in their adult lives,” she said in the release.
The new high school administrator’s testimony to the Ohio Senate Education Committee last month is the subject of an upcoming legal opinion requested by the district’s Board of Education. The Lorain city law director has drafted an opinion, to be released Tuesday, regarding whether or not a now-removed submission to the Senate that included student’s personal information violated any privacy laws.
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