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Posted September 13, 2012

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APS Names Principals at Two Elementary Schools

Ellen Cromer has been named principal at San Antonito, and Roxann Morris has been named principal at Apache.

The Albuquerque Public Schools has named new principals at two elementary schools.

Ellen Cromer, who had been principal at Apache Elementary, will be the principal at San Antonito Elementary. Cromer replaces Jane Lujan, who will retire effective Oct. 1 from San Antonito.

Cromer, who has been at Apache for the past two years, also has served as principal at Chelwood Elementary. She has been with the district for 22 years, including 11 years as a teacher at San Antonito. Comer holds a master’s in curriculum and instruction from University of Phoenix and has her administrative certification from Wayland Baptist University.

Roxann Morris, who has served as a Title I resource teacher in APS since last August, will replace Cromer at Apache Elementary. Prior to joining APS as a resource teacher, Morris served as the federal and state Title I program administrator at the NM Public Education Department from 2007 to 2011.

Morris also has worked as a program administrator for Dexter Public Schools and Eastern New Mexico University. She holds a doctorate degree in public school administration from Oral Roberts University.

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