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The Ann Arbor Board of Education Wednesday night appointed two Ann Arbor women to school administrative positions. Dr. Barbara Inwood was appointed principal at Dicken Elementary School at an annual salary of $22,705. Christella Moody was named a house leader at Scarlett Middle School at an annual salary of $19,035. A "house" is an educational unit within the school. Both appointments are effective Aug. Dr. Inwood has been interim principal at Dicken since this past January She began her educational career in 1942 as a teacher in Middletown, Ohio and moved to Ann Arbor in 1959 to teach in the district's elementary schools She was supervisor of elementary student teachers at the University from 1967 to 1971. Following a two-year leave of absence from the district, Dr. Inwood returned as director of Ann Arbor's Title I Summer School in 1971, and was named coordinator of the district's pre-school program in September of that year She was awarded a bachelor's degree by Miami University in 1942 and received her AM and PhD degrees from the U-M in 1965 and 1970. Mrs. Moody's most recent assignment with the Ann Arbor School District was as a staff develöpment specialist in the human relations office. During 1970-71 1 she was a curriculum consultant to the district. Mrs. Moody also taught for 11 years in Chicago and served a year as I staff associate for the Park Forest 111 I Center for Ethnic Studies. ' ''Following two years at Central State Umversity and a year at the Canal Zonel branch of Louisiana State University Mrs. Moody received a bachelor's degree in education from Chicago Teachers 1 College in 1958. She received her MA de I foro ñ'Tr, üle UnÍVerS"y Of Chicago kil 1969, and began her doctoral work at 'the! U-M this year.