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Sacred Heart School announces administration changes
Doug Goltz

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Sacred Heart School has announced administrative changes for the school. 

Fr. Lee Jirovsky who has served as Chief Administrative Office at Sacred Heart for just over a year has been assigned by the Archbishop of the Diocese of Lincoln to Chief Administrative Officer at Bishop Neumann in Wahoo. 

Last week it was announced that Doug Goltz, who has been  Principal at Sacred Heart for 17 years, following 17 years of teaching at Sacred Heart will be the new Chief Administrative Officer at the school.

Goltz will continue to serve as Athletic Director and and will retain is coaching duties.  

Fr. Lawrence Stoley will assist Goltz as a local superintendent. 

In addition,  Sacred Heart announced in a press release Tuesday that Jenny Dunn has been hired as Principal beginning with the 2020-21 school year. 

Mrs. Dunn is a 1993 graduate of Sacred Heart and taught English at the school and coached volleyball from 2000 – 2004.  

Dunn spent 13 years teaching English at Hiawatha High School before serving as Counselor for two years.

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