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New Leader for Schenectady School
SCHENECTADY - A change in leadership at a Schenectady school with a troubled history.
District officials have announced a new acting principal for Mont Pleasant middle school.
Former high school house principal Peg Nomandin started her new assignment today. She takes the job on a temporary basis, filling in for principal Karmen McEvoy, who is on an extended medical leave.
In the past 2 years, there have been several different faces behind the principal's desk at Mont Pleasant.
Superintendent Larry Spring says while it's important to have some consistency in leadership, the recent changes have been out of their control.
Mont Pleasant has been in the news recently, thanks to some unruly students and even a fight club.
Normandin is currently on leave from the high school and Spring expects her to be at Mont Pleasant at least through the end of the school year.