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New DSA at Oakton . . . Again

Oakton High School has hired Pat Full as its new director of student activities.

Full, the schools' former assistant DSA, was most recently an assistant principal at W.T. Woodson. He will become Oakton's third DSA since February 2008, when longtime DSA Phil Levine resigned for unspecified reasons.

In a letter to Oakton staff members Wednesday, Oakton principal John Banbury said Full will officially start the new position in two weeks. pfull.JPG

He will replace Mike Ostinato, who owned the label of "acting DSA" for the past three months. Ostinato replaced Pete Duperrouzel, who has recently become the school's Director of Guidance after he served as interim DSA when Levine resigned.

Levine is now athletic director at Lebanon Senior High School in Indiana.

The changing of a DSA doesn't usually call for such reporting, however, the recent number of changes and instability within the DSA's office at Oakton are why many of my sources within Fairfax County believe that some of the school's athletic programs have seen a slight drop off recently.

Since Levine left in 2008, the school has lost many of its longtime coaches, marquee names like longtime baseball coach Scott Rowland, a three-time region title-winner as well as Mike Cooper, a 25-year coaching veteran and area gymnastics legend, among many others.

By B.J. Koubaroulis  |  October 7, 2009; 3:15 PM ET
Categories:  AAA Concorde District , Oakton  
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