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Middle States Association Appoints St. Croix Principal to Commission

The Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS) recently announced the appointment of the following seven new commissioners, which includes Principal of St. Croix Central High School Janasee Sinclair, according to a press release issued Thursday by the V.I. Department of Education.

William Crist, Syracuse, N.Y., who is the superintendent of schools in the Diocese of Syracuse; Gene Freeman, Ed.D., Pittsburgh, Penn., who serves as superintendent of the Fox Chapel Area School District in Pittsburgh; Robin Heslip, Ed.D., Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, who is the superintendent of the American Community Schools in Abu Dhabi; James Kraft, Ed.D., Leesport, Penn., who is the administrative director for The Berks Career and Technology Center in Leesport; Sr. Maureen McDermott, Ph.D., Philadelphia, Penn., who serves as superintendent of secondary schools for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia; Janasee Sinclair, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, who is principal at St. Croix Central High School on St. Croix; and William Stevens, Wilmington, Del., who is headmaster at Wilmington Christian School in Wilmington.

Based in Philadelphia, Penn., the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS) is a worldwide leader in accreditation and school improvement. For over 125 years, it has been helping school leaders establish and reach their goals, develop strategic plans, promote staff development and advance student achievement. There are more than 2,700 accredited schools and school systems in 34 states, and nearly 100 countries. For more information about MSA-CESS visit www.msa-cess.org.

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