New Principals, Assistants Appointed by Manatee Schools
Congratulations and good luck to our town’s new principals and vice-principals around the Manatee School District.
Among the new directors are Ginger CollinsSoutheast elevated; Shelly De CesarMiddle Lee; Connie DixonWitt Elementary; Michael EscorciaRogers Garden-Bullock Elementary; Nathalie JadidElementary Moody; Andrea KeezerWilliams Elementary; Mike Mullenmiddle king; Samara Hemingway Primous, Elementary Samoset; and sheila waidMcNeal Elementary.
And the new assistant directors are Bryan BakerBlackburn Primary School; Thomas BellantoniRaised from Lakewood Ranch; Jennifer CalwellDaughtrey Primary School; Beth CampbellSea Breeze Elementary School; Allison GehlotBayshore High; Maria GilBashaw Elementary School; Krista KeatsRogers Garden-Bullock Elementary; Ariana KennedyBayshore Elementary School; Michael PerezSouth East ; Jennifer Santora, elementary manatee; and Kristina WightselElementary Barbara Harvey.
• This cunning stork returns in December to Ashley and Logan Wells and son Gabin who will welcome a little sister.
• A tribute to the new Corrections Deputies in the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office: Alexa Baroncelli, Shawn Gordon, Dalton Hill, Andrea Ibrahim, Dylan Joseph, Albert MickenJEnry Lopez Morales, Ramon Negrete, Aaron Pellegrini, Daulton Rietz and Anysia White.
• Xtavia Bailey is 39 years old. Once again.
• It is the same Angel Column.
• And Deb Lily.
• Joel Welintoo.
• And Keenan Wooten.
• A reminder that a celebration of life for the deceased Eddie Mulock will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Manatee High Auditorium.
• A salute to Veronique Smileyversatile technician in preoperative services at Sarasota Memorial Hospital and recipient of the Tea Rose Award, which honors outstanding patient care technicians and models of clinical skills and compassionate care.
• Kudos to Manatee Memorial Hospital Pamela Wright and Ediana Nascimento. Pamela, who has been with MMH since 1999, recently received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Governors University. Ediana, who started at MMH eight years ago, received her associate degree in nursing from Rasmussen University.
• Good for Garrett Servers, who is going to do her master’s degree in public administration at Florida State. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice.
• And kudos to our city’s 2021 Florida Academic All-America High School Football Players, recently announced by High School Football America: Braden River’s tanner wolf (linebacker), Nick Treves (strategist), Evan Danler (LB) and Anthony Campbell (wide receiver); Manatee Jayce Berzowski (QB); and Lakewood Ranch clay brown (WR).
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