The Westerville City School District has filled the last vacant positions needed to complete a round of administrative realignment that began in May.

The Westerville City School District has filled the last vacant positions needed to complete a round of administrative realignment that began in May.

The school board approved Kenton Lee as Blendon Middle School assistant principal and Vicki Moss as principal of Mark Twain Elementary School.

Lee has taught for nine years in the Westerville school district.

He began as a world history and government teacher at Westerville North High School, and for the past seven years, he has taught government and politics classes at Westerville Central High School.

According to a district press release, during Lee's tenure, he has coordinated pilot programs, secured grant funding and coordinated programs.

Lee, a 1996 graduate of Westerville South High School, earned bachelor's degrees in history and secondary social studies education, as well as a minor in political science, from Miami University. He also has a master's degree in the art of teaching from Marygrove College.

Lee is filling a vacancy created by Glenna Cameron's retirement.

Lee's annual salary will be $63,339 plus benefits.

Moss spent 19 years as a teacher in first through fourth grades and has worked for two years as an instructional coach for kindergarten through fifth grade.

She has worked for Westerville City Schools for the past 12 years, having worked at Cherrington, Alcott, Fouse and Hanby elementary schools.

Prior to coming to Westerville, Moss worked for the Teays Valley Local School District.

According to a district press release, Moss is experienced in team leadership, intervention assistance for students, the creation and evaluation of lesson plans and professional development planning.

Moss has a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh and a master's in education administration from Ashland University.

Moss replaces Scott Ebbrecht, who will be principal at Central College and Longfellow elementary schools.

Moss' salary will be $76,914 plus benefits.