(From today's paper. For the sake of interest, the other principal left in Rochester, John Marshall's Tim Limberg said he isn't going anywhere for next year.)
Two of Rochester's three high school principals will leave the district at the end of the school year for positions in the Twin Cities area, the Post-Bulletin learned Tuesday morning.Mayo High School Principal Tim Dorway has been offered the principal job at Chanhassen High School, while Century High School Principal Chuck Briscoe will leave Rochester to become the associate superintendent for secondary education at Anoka-Hennepin public schools.
Both administrators in April received regional principal and administrator excellence awards.
'Chasing a dream'
Briscoe said he has been "chasing a dream" of someday becoming a superintendent and this position will help prepare him for that.
"The stars just kind of aligned," said Briscoe, who completed his student teaching years ago in the Anoka-Hennepin district.