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New superintendent to take over for Garfield 16 School District


A new superintendent has been named for Garfield County School District 16.

The district confirmed Wednesday that Jennifer Baugh, currently superintendent of schools in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, is slated to take over for current D-16 Superintendent Brad Ray. Ray announced earlier this year that he would be leaving the district after the current school year.

According to district documents, Baugh was superintendent of Lewisburg Area School District from 2020-2022.



Baugh previously was assistant superintendent and director of teaching and learning for Centennial School District in Warminster, Pennsylvania, from 2013-2020. She was also supervisor of English, reading, language arts and English as a second language for Pennridge School District in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, between 2005-2013.

Baugh has a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education/English from La Salle University in Philadelphia. She also has a Master in Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, as well as a doctorate’s degree from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.



Ray is slated to take over as superintendent for the East Grand School District of Granby in July.


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