Chardon School District Appoints Adam Tomco Middle School Principal


The Chardon School District has announced that Adam Tomco has been named building superintendent at Chardon Middle School.

Tomco served as the college’s assistant principal for four years and most recently served as the district’s business affairs supervisor in 2021-22, according to a news release. The school board approved the appointment at a special board meeting on June 27.

Tomco thanked the board for the opportunity to lead Chardon Middle School and expressed its commitment to continuing the school’s strong programs, as well as working with staff, students and parents to develop new new opportunities for students, the statement said.

Board members unanimously approved the appointment and noted the importance of continuity of leadership at the college and expressed appreciation for his continued commitment to the district, according to the release.

Superintendent Michael Hanlon said the district is excited to have Tomco join the team in his new role, and that his experience and preparation will aid in an effective transition to the position, the statement said.

During the interview process, he shared an enthusiasm for working with students and staff and advancing the school district‘s mission, Hanlon noted in the statement. His previous leadership experience in college is an asset and will support a smooth transition.

Tomco is a resident of Painesville Township and is active in coaching youth sports.

He will assume the responsibilities of middle school principal beginning August 1. The district also reported that Tracy Paroubek will continue in her role as middle school vice-principal in the upcoming school year.


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