Elizabeth Hachar (M.S.E. in Administration & Supervision, ’01), a 15-year veteran Bronx public school principal, was recently appointed principal of Butler High School , a Huntsville city-center school targeted for closure. Superintendent Casey Wardynski expressed enthusiasm, saying that Hachar has a wealth of knowledge and experience from her many years spent working in the New York City public schools:
“She served in the Bronx for many, many years in a school that had a high number of children with English language acquisition needs,” Wardynski said. “She has great experience both in public schools, children with great needs, and in charter schools, so she’ll bring a wealth of experience from both domains to our work at Butler.”
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