PORTLAND — The Board of Education on Tuesday appointed three new administrators, including a new elementary school principal, according to a press release.

The board appointed Cynthia Remick as the principal of Hall Elementary School, Glenda Klein as the district’s human resource director and Sharon Pray as the district’s special education coordinator.

Remick, who served as Hall School’s assistant principal last year, previously worked as the No Child Left Behind director, curriculum coordinator and math consultant for the Westbrook School District.

She has 13 years of classroom teaching experience and holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Maine, a master’s degree in literacy from the University of Southern Maine and a certificate of advanced study in educational leadership from USM.

Klein comes to Portland by way of Norcross, Ga., where she has been the human resource manager for the Deutz Corp. for the last four years. She previously held similar positions in municipal, school and nonprofit organizations. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in human resources from Friends University in Kansas.

Pray has worked for the Rochester, N.H., School Department for 14 years. Prior to that, she worked as Maine’s program coordinator for detained youth, a special education director for MSAD 55 in Hiram and behavioral specialist for the Wells School Department. She holds a master’s degree in education from USM.