School district administration sees changes

  • <br>Enterprise staff
  • Monday, March 3, 2008 11:56am

The instruction and student services departments at the Shoreline School District look a little different than they used to.

First, Linda Gohlke, director of curriculum, instruction and assessment for the district, has moved to San Diego, Calif., after eight years in Shoreline.

Sue Porter is the newly appointed director of teaching and learning and will provide leadership in curriculum, instruction and professional development for the district. She will work closely with Nina Potter, director of assessment and student information, and other instruction staff.

Porter was previously the manager of the district’s Title I, Learning Assistance and Program for English Language Learners. She has worked for Shoreline since 1972, including 29 years as a classroom teacher. This past year, she co-chaired the district’s Boundary/Transportation Advisory Committee, which came up with a recommendation for changing elementary school boundaries.

Brian Schultz has a new title and some new responsibilities beginning in fall 2007. He will be the executive director of student learning and schools. In this role, he will work directly with all of the district’s preschool through 12th grade principals, the director of student services and the director of teaching and learning. Schultz joined the administration a year ago as executive director of secondary education and student services after serving as principal of Shorecrest High School.

Amy Vujovich also has a new title and new roles — she is now the director of student services. In this role, she will continue to provide leadership in special education, but will also now work directly with other student services staff, such as nurses, family advocates and counselors.

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