EPISD administrators remove Burges, Jefferson and Terrace Hills principals

Education
EPISD Principals_1553587884976.jpg.jpg

UPDATE: EPISD officials have confirmed to KTSM that two principals have been reassigned, two administrators are on administrative leave and two other employees have been reassigned to other non-campus positions.

Here is the way EPISD officials categorized the six officials.

The following principals have been reassigned to other positions:

Fred Rojas, Jefferson/Silva high schools.
Darren Cole, Terrace Hills middle

The following administrators are on administrative leave:
Randall Woods, Burges High principal
Michael Paulino, Burges asst. principal

The following campus employees have been reassigned to other non-campus positions:
Susan Elias, Burges counselor
Gary Grammar, Burges teacher/coach

An EPISD spokeswoman said the moves are personnel matters and further details cannot be provided. 

The moves took effect on Monday. 

This is a developing story, KTSM will have the latest tonight at 5 and 6 p.m.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

KTSM Video Center

firework ban in el paso county

Thumbnail for the video titled "firework ban in el paso county"

Destination Texas- Rocket Buster Boots

Thumbnail for the video titled "Destination Texas- Rocket Buster Boots"

Freed labor lawyer, activist arrives in Juarez

Thumbnail for the video titled "Freed labor lawyer, activist arrives in Juarez"

Locals finding ways to enjoy the summer by having 'stay-cations' at El Paso hotels

Thumbnail for the video titled "Locals finding ways to enjoy the summer by having 'stay-cations' at El Paso hotels"

Violence continues in Juarez 'colonias' with finding of two murder victims

Thumbnail for the video titled "Violence continues in Juarez 'colonias' with finding of two murder victims"

Juarez tries to cope with drug cartels now selling their product in Mexico

Thumbnail for the video titled "Juarez tries to cope with drug cartels now selling their product in Mexico"
More Local
Advertise with KTSM 9 Link