Bellefonte Area School District Superintendent Cheryl Potteiger was named superintendent of record for Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology.
CPI President Richard Makin said on Friday that the technical school gets a new acting superintendent every two years.
The vocational institute rotates between the superintendents of the three school districts that oversee CPI — Bald Eagle, Bellefonte and Penns Valley area school districts.
Penns Valley Area Superintendent Brian Griffith was the former superintendent of record until his term ended June 30.
Makin said the responsibility of the superintendents of record include working with him directly to represent the best interest of the school, sign off on certain paperwork and pitch in on new projects.
“I’m exceptionally pleased with them and their constant support,” Makin said. “It’s absolutely great to work with people to understand career technical education and how important it is, and that it’s a pathway to success for many students.”