Lancaster school names interim leader, moves to unify its campuses

Elaine Moyer Elaine Moyer

Elaine Moyer is interim superintendent at Lancaster Mennonite School in Pennsylvania, beginning Jan. 18. She succeeds Pam Tieszen, who served since 2017.

Moyer was associate executive director of Mennonite Education Agency for 11 years and, prior to that, chief administrator at Christopher Dock High School in Lansdale, Pa., for 20 years.

LM also reported it is on schedule to unify its three campuses in the fall. Closing the Locust Grove and New Danville campuses will bring all activities to the 95-acre Lancaster campus, beginning with the 2022-23 school year. Proceeds of $5.9 million from the sale of the Locust Grove campus will “add to the endowment and strengthen sustainability, although these funds currently allow us to proceed with renovations and preparations for unification,” LM reported.

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