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Mercy High School names new principal

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The president and principal of a Catholic high school in Florida has been named principal of Mercy High School in Omaha, replacing Carolyn Jaworski, who is retiring in June after 25 years in the post.

Sarah Regan, president and principal of Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School in the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Fla., for the past five years, has 13 years of administrative experience and has led curriculum development and strategic planning efforts, said David Levy, a member of Mercy High's board of directors and head of the school's search committee.

Regan began her career as an English and speech teacher.

"I am sincerely excited to become a part of (Mercy's) rich history and to learn to share in the compelling charism of the Sisters of Mercy," she said.

Regan will help lead the all-girls school with Mercy Sister Delores Hannon, school president.

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