CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Laramie County School District 1 announced several new hires for the 2022–23 school year.
These hires were approved by the board at its June 20 meeting.
Keri Peacock was approved by the Board of Trustees to be the next assistant principal of Meadowlark Elementary.
Peacock has taught fifth grade at Prairie Wind Elementary and has served as a school improvement team lead, team lead for the Building Leadership Team, and teacher lead for the peer observation and coaching cohort.
Jennifer Sumner-Brownhill has been hired by LCSD1 as the assistant director of human resources.
Sumner-Brownhill has served as the principal of Severance High School in Severance, Colorado, since 2020, and worked in LCSD1 as assistant principal at South High. Throughout the course of her career, Sumner-Brownhill was an assistant principal, counselor, and social studies teacher for Mountain View High School in Loveland, Colorado.
Andre McIntyre was approved by the Board of Trustees to be the next assistant principal of Johnson Junior High.
McIntyre is a retired U.S. Navy combat cameraman with more than 25 years of experience in supervision, mass communication, public speaking, and education.
McIntyre has served as a long-term substitute teacher at Baggs Elementary, and he started his career in education as a health and physical education instructor and athletic coach for Newport News Public Schools in Newport News, Virginia. He also served the district as a program coordinator and assistant principal.