New roles for Sarau, Marczak at Baraga

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GETTING READY–Baraga K-12 principal, Tim Marczak, left, and new superintendent, Rich Sarau, right, go over some of the endless details that must be addressed before the school year begins. Marczak has served as the lead teacher for four years. Sarau was the district’s three-12th grade principal last year. That position was expanded to K-12 with the Pelkie K-2 program moving in to Baraga this year.

by Barry Drue

Baraga Area Schools begins the 2015-16 school year on Sept. 8 with a change in administrative leadership that quickly fell into place in the last few weeks. A new superintendent and new principal in a new K-12 role are among the changes at Baraga this fall. However, those in both positions are familiar to Baraga staff and students. Previously the three-12th grade principal, Richard Sarau, will serve as the interim superintendent for one year. To read more, subscribe to the L’Anse Sentinel online, or buy a print copy at our local retailers.

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