There has been some reshuffling of administrators in the Chapel Hill – Carrboro City School district.

The retirement of Nancy Yoder from the Hospital School has led to current Seawell Elementary principal Marny Ruben moving over to replace Yoder.

Carrboro High School principal LaVerne Mattocks will now serve as the district’s executive director of secondary schools and student services.

Jose Nambo is returning to the classroom at Frank Porter Graham Bilingue Elementary School to teach fifth grade at the school where he has been an assistant principal. Karen Galassi-Ferrer is moving to FPG as Nambo’s replacement from her post as assistant principal at Morris Grove Elementary School.

Chassity Coston is a new addition to the district and will serve as an assistant principal to replace Melda Dunn who is retiring. Coston is moving to CHCCS from the Wake County School district.

Tomeka Ward-Satterfield will be moving to serve as an assistant principal at a still-to-be-determined school following her tenure as the principal at Phillips Middle.

Finally, Christy Stanley will now be the district’s director of secondary education.

CHCCS announced the moves in a release on Friday afternoon after the academic year came to a close last week.