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With the start of the new school year, some schools in Lee County are seeing leadership changes. Five elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school will have a new principal this year.

Here’s who they are:

Skyline Elementary School

Stephanie Metzger, former assistant principal at Caloosa Elementary, will replace Laura Trombetti, who is retiring. Metzger has served in Lee County Schools since 2005. This will be her first year as principal.

Three Oaks Elementary School

Candace Alleveto, former district director of secondary school curriculum design, will replace Tami LeMaster, who resigned and moved out of the area. Alleveto has served the Lee County School District since 2005. This will be her first year as superintendent.

Manatee Elementary School

Jeffery Spiro, the district’s former chief academic officer, will replace Scott LeMaster, who resigned and moved away from the area. Spiro has been with Lee schools since 1993. He previously worked as a principal at Alva School, Lehigh Senior High School, North Fort Myers High School and Cape Coral High School.

Diplomatic Primary School

David Sanon, the district’s former assistant director of professional and leadership development, will replace Charles (Chuck) Vilardi. Sanon has been with the district since 2009. He previously served as principal at Mirror Lakes Elementary.

River Hall Elementary School

Franklin (Scott) Cook, former assistant principal at Bayshore Elementary, will replace Jody Poulakis. Cook has taught since 1998 and was hired from Lee schools in 2011. This will be his first year as principal.

Challenger Middle

Christopher Drake, previously the district’s professional development coordinator, will replace Stacia Winfree. Drake has been with the school district since 2009. This will be his first year as principal.

Estero High

Jennifer Seluk, former Estero High assistant principal, will replace Michael Amabile, who resigned and moved away from the area. Seluk has been with the school district since 2004. This will be her first year as principal.