Cache County School District announces sweeping changes for principals

The Cache County School District has reshuffled the deck. The district has announced new principal appointments over the last few weeks with final announcements made Wednesday.

Alden Jack, current principal at Park Elementary in Richmond, will become the new principal of Heritage Elementary in Nibley. His vacancy at Park will be filled by Shellie Healy. Healy is currently a 5th grade teacher at Birch Creek Elementary and was named the District Teacher of the Year in 2014.

Stacie Williamson, currently a 5th grade teacher at Canyon Elementary in Hyrum, will replace Kelly Rindlisbacher who is leaving Canyon to become the new principal at Nibley Elementary.

The vacancy at Nibley Elementary was created when Jeanette Christensen left to become the new K-12 ESL Coordinator for the entire Cache County School District.

Jeni Buist has been the Resource and Special Education teacher at Millville Elementary School. On Wednesday she was announced as the new principal for Lincoln Elementary in Hyrum. The vacancy at Lincoln was created when Lynette Riggs accepted the appointment to serve as the new principal at Mountainside Elementary.

Lance Robbins was the principal at Mountainside but he will be moving on to be the new assistant principal at South Cache 8/9 Center. The position there opened up when Blair Powell left to become the principal at Willow Valley 6/7 Center.

The district previously announced that Teri Cutler will leave her post at Willow Valley to be the new principal of Mountain Crest High School beginning July 1. Bob Henke will vacate that post to be the new principal of the new Ridgeline High School in Millville. <span>Terry Williams, current assistant principal at Mountain Crest, will be the new principal at North Cache 8/9 Center and Mike Thompson, current principal at North Cache, will be principal of Cedar Ridge Middle School. </span><span>Scott Jeppesen, current principal at Cedar Ridge Middle School, will be retiring. </span>

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