Pr. Ge­orge’s County schools hire new COO

The Washington Post - - RELIGION - — Donna St. Ge­orge

Prince Ge­orge’s County has hired a chief op­er­at­ing of­fi­cer for the school sys­tem, tap­ping an ad­min­is­tra­tor from county gov­ern­ment.

Barry L. Stan­ton, deputy chief ad­min­is­tra­tive of­fi­cer for pub­lic in­fra­struc­ture in the ad­min­is­tra­tion of Prince Ge­orge’s County Ex­ec­u­tive Rush­ern L. Baker III (D), is slated to start in the school sys­tem po­si­tion Mon­day. He will earn $224,550 a year.

Se­lected by Mon­ica Gold­son, in­terim chief ex­ec­u­tive of the school sys­tem, Stan­ton will over­see food ser­vices, se­cu­rity, trans­porta­tion, school bound­aries, pur­chas­ing, cap­i­tal pro­grams and other ar­eas.

Gold­son re­cently named Michael Herb­st­man chief fi­nan­cial of­fi­cer and Kristi Mur­phy chief of hu­man re­sources. Herb­st­man, who earns $171,270 a year, held a sim­i­lar post in Alexan­dria City Pub­lic Schools. Mur­phy, who earns $186,490 a year, was an as­sis­tant su­per­in­ten­dent for Ar­ling­ton Pub­lic Schools.

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