KEYSER - Frankfort High School is in need of an assistant principal and New Creek Primary needs a new principal after the Mineral County Board of Education voted Tuesday to move two school-level administrators up to positions at the central office.

By Liz Beavers
lbeavers@newstribune.info
Tribune Managing Editor
KEYSER - Frankfort High School is in need of an assistant principal and New Creek Primary needs a new principal after the Mineral County Board of Education voted Tuesday to move two school-level administrators up to positions at the central office.
Long-time Frankfort High School assistant principal Kelly Haines was promoted to the position of director of curriculum and instruction for secondary and career education, vacated this summer by the resignation of Scott Staley.
Robin McDowell, who has served several years as principal at New Creek, was moved up to assistant director of curriculum and instruction, a position vacated last month when Kelli Wilson was moved to assistant superintendent.
There are two directors of curriculum and instruction - one for pre-k, Head Start and elementary and the secondary and career education position Haines is taking. The pre-k, Head Start and elementary position is currently held by Barb Kesner.
With the promotions, the board also approved advertising for both school-level positions that are becoming vacant.
School officially opens for students on Aug. 22.