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06/14/2018

Oxford Hills educator appointed assistant principal at Middle School

The School Board on June 12, 2018 appointed Kyle Morey as assistant principal at Cape Elizabeth Middle School.

Morey comes to Cape Elizabeth from Oxford Hills Middle School in South Paris, where he is a math interventionist and director of the "Aspire Higher" experiential learning race-car program. He began his career at Oxford Hills as an educational technician in 1997, becoming a computer-applications teacher in 1999 and math interventionist in 2008. He became the middle school's experiential-learning teacher/leader in 2011, and has directed various experiential learning programs at the school.

He has a master's degree in education from the University of New England, with a concentration in educational leadership.

Morey has coached all levels of high-school girls soccer and basketball, as well as boys and girls track, and coached and played soccer at the University of Maine Farmington, where he received his bachelor's degree in business/economics in 1992.

Morey will succeed Doug Perley, who is completing his sixth year in the position. Perley announced his resignation last June, effective this month.

The board approved Superintendent Howard Colter's nomination of Morey, along with teachers Amy DeVries, High School science, and Danielle Scully, kindergarten.