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New principal announced at Great Falls Central Catholic High School

GREAT FALLS — Great Falls Central Catholic High School (GFCCHS) will be going through some changes the next school year.

These changes include moving from Class C to Class B status due to an increase in enrollment.

Another change for the 2019-2020 school year will include a new principal: Angel Turoski.

Angel has lived in Great Falls for the past 30 years and has always had an aspiration of becoming a principal one day.

She recently was the teacher education programs director at the University of Providence.

She is excited to be a mentor to the teachers and help students reach their dreams.

“I’m looking forward to being able to connect with students again,” Angel said. “It’s been a long time for me having been at the college level, to have engaged with students at the K-12 level. To go to their sporting events and to be a part of all of their excitement as they launch into adulthood.”

GFCCHS is also looking to fill other positions, including an art teacher, music teacher and Spanish teacher.

Kasey Herman

Kasey Herman

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