Three Southern Lehigh School Board members seemingly played musical chairs during the board's reorganization meeting Thursday night.
Former vice president Jeffrey Dimmig was nominated by the board for 2013 president. With no objections, Dimmig's appontment was effective immediately.
Dimmig has been a resident of Upper Saucon Township for 12 years and has served in the U.S. Marine Corps as an artillery officer and military prosecutor. He is currently in the Lehigh County District Attorney's office.
Incumbent board member Corinne Gunkle will fill Dimmig's former position of vice president.
"One of our goals for 2013 is to continue improvements in technology," said Gunkle. "We also need to continue with Project Red."
Project Red is a national education movement that believes to have created a design for schools to use technology most effectively.
Former president Dr. Thomas McLoughlin will fill Gunkle's former position of secretary.