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School Board Hosts Reception for New Leaders including Assistant Principals

Posted On: Friday, April 19, 2019

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School Board Chair Kyla Cromer, right, greets new Sequoyah HS Assistant Principal Peter Vajda and his wife, Annie, who teaches at Creekland MS, as Chief Human Resources Officer Rick Beaulieu looks on.

The Cherokee County School District recently hosted a New Leaders Reception for the School Board to meet the educators recommended by the Superintendent of Schools for leadership roles including Assistant Principal posts.  The reception, which was sponsored by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, a CCSD Partner, gave School Board members the chance to meet and talk with the leaders before voting to approve their new roles for next school year.  The new leaders and their families enjoyed a warm welcome, refreshments and a smallgift from Children’s Healthcare.  This is the second year for this tradition; an event was held last month for the School Board to meet additional new leaders including those recommended for Principal posts.
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Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower shakes hands with new R.M. Moore ES Assistant Principal Adam Parker and his wife, Neely, who teaches at Indian Knoll ES.

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower shakes hands with new R.M. Moore ES Assistant Principal Adam Parker and his wife, Neely, who teaches at Indian Knoll ES.

School Board member John Harmon, right, and his daughter, Hailey, visit with new Oak Grove Fine Arts Academy Assistant Principal Ashley Polito and her family.

School Board member John Harmon, right, and his daughter, Hailey, visit with new Oak Grove Fine Arts Academy Assistant Principal Ashley Polito and her family.

School Board member Mike Chapman speaks with new Indian Knoll ES Assistant Principal Angela Martin, left, and Beth Long, CCSD’s executive director of administrative leadership for elementary schools.

School Board member Mike Chapman speaks with new Indian Knoll ES Assistant Principal Angela Martin, left, and Beth Long, CCSD’s executive director of administrative leadership for elementary schools.

School Board member Kelly Poole, center, visits with new Freedom MS Assistant Principal Dana Townsend and her family.

School Board member Kelly Poole, center, visits with new Freedom MS Assistant Principal Dana Townsend and her family.

School Board Chair Kyla Cromer, right, meets new Woodstock ES Assistant Principal Pamela Estes.

School Board Chair Kyla Cromer, right, meets new Woodstock ES Assistant Principal Pamela Estes.

School Board member Clark Menard, left, and CCSD Chief Financial Officer Ken Owen, center, greet guests at the reception.

School Board member Clark Menard, left, and CCSD Chief Financial Officer Ken Owen, center, greet guests at the reception.

School Board member Patsy Jordan, right, enjoys the punch made by CCSD School Nutrition staff including Cassandra Higgins. 

School Board member Patsy Jordan, right, enjoys the punch made by CCSD School Nutrition staff including Cassandra Higgins. 

New Clark Creek ES STEM Academy Assistant Principal Lee Davis, center left, and Jennifer Garland, CCSD’s new coordinator of curriculum support for literacy, enjoy the reception.

New Clark Creek ES STEM Academy Assistant Principal Lee Davis, center left, and Jennifer Garland, CCSD’s new coordinator of curriculum support for literacy, enjoy the reception.

Sandi Harrison, center, new Hasty ES Fine Arts Academy assistant principal, and her husband, David, left, who is a River Ridge HS teacher, and son, Will, greet David Dyer, new River Ridge High School assistant principal and his wife, Jill, who is a teacher in Blue Ridge.

Sandi Harrison, center, new Hasty ES Fine Arts Academy assistant principal, and her husband, David, left, who is a River Ridge HS teacher, and son, Will, greet David Dyer, new River Ridge High School assistant principal and his wife, Jill, who is a teacher in Blue Ridge.





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