Twelve more Baltimore County schools will have new principals next year. The appointments, approved last week by the school board, will take effect July 1.
Changes in administrators in at least a dozen other schools were announced in April and May. The latest appointments are:
* Jacqueline Pipkin, principal of Sparrows Point Middle School, to principal of Parkville High School.
* Robert M. Tomback, principal of Old Court Middle, to principal of Catonsville High.
* Russell G. Holmes, principal of Hawthorne Elementary, to principal of Hereford Middle.
* Linda J. Ciminesi, principal of West Grand Middle in Kremmling, Colo., to principal of Sparrows Point Middle.
* Cheryl E. Pasteur, assistant principal of Sudbrook Magnet Middle, to principal of Old Court Middle.
* Edna O'Connor, a specialist in the department of multicultural education, to principal of Southwest Alternative Middle to be housed at Rolling Road Center.
* Calvin G. Weible, assistant principal at Arbutus Elementary, to principal of Halethorpe Elementary.
* Elliott G. Burgess, assistant principal at Dundalk High, to principal of Hawthorne Elementary.
* Gwendolyn Grant, acting principal of Towson High, to principal there.
* Clark R. Powell, replaced this year as principal of Randallstown High, to principal of the new Fullerton Alternative Middle.
* Sue Dingle, principal of Cedarmere Elementary, to principal of the new Northwest Early Childhood Learning and Development Center at Campfield Elementary.
* Sue Ockun, principal of Hebbville Elementary, to principal of Cedarmere Elementary.
Other changes include:
* Robert W. Griffiths, principal of Campfield Alternative Center, to a new position as pupil personnel worker for Milford Mill, Owings Mills, Pikesville and Randallstown high schools.
* Jean R. Jagodzinski, principal of Parkville High, to manager, Office of Transportation.
* Joan Powell, principal of Woodlawn High, to coordinator, Office of Science.
* Judith E. Scheper, principal of Hereford Middle, to coordinator, Office of Special Projects.
* Risa S. Schuster, former principal of Towson High, to performance auditor.