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 Good News: SRU secondary education graduate gets assistant principal post 



SRU Good News for Aug. 19, 2009


SRU secondary education graduate gets assistant principal post 


Indy Lynn, a 1977 Slippery Rock University secondary education and political science graduate, has been named assistant principal at Connellsville Area High School located in southwest Pennsylvania.

Lynn, a 1972 graduate of CAHS, received her principal's certificate from the University of Pittsburgh.

"I'll work closely with the students and the staff. Connellsville High School has a great staff, a hardworking staff, good teachers and good administrators who have a lot of knowledge that can help me," Lynn said. "Connellsville High School is a good school with good kids. This is an exciting time," Lynn told the Daily Courier.

"We didn't have to grow up as fast as the kids today, mostly because of society changes. But kids are still basically the same. Kids keep you young. They can make you laugh," Lynn said. 

"She's a team player. She's student oriented and always looking at what is best for the students and the school," Principal Tammy Stern told the newspaper.

Lynn began here career with the Connellsville district as a substitute teacher and was hired as a business education teacher for the high school in 1990. She was later named student services and attendance coordinator for the district.


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