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Recently, a group of twelve local runners took on the challenge of participating in the Blue Ridge Relay. A grueling, two hundred plus mile relay spanning two days, mountainous terrain,…
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New assistant principals, teachers assigned
SoVaNow.com / June 27, 2013New principal and teacher assignments were announced by the Halifax County School Board following a closed session on Monday evening. The changes were approved on a 7-0 vote, with ED-6 trustee Fay Satterfield absent from the meeting.
Two assistant principals were named at Halifax County High School: Martha Chandler, at a salary of $59,005, and Dawn Miller, at a $48,006 salary. Halifax County Middle School will get two new assistant principals: Latonia Hutcheson, at a salary of $53,742, and Magie Wilkerson, $48,712.
Four teachers were appointed, each drawing a $36,976 annual salary. They are Devin Dillow, a teacher at Cluster Springs Elementary, and Katie Nelson, Melinda Hupp and Sarah Hughes, all teachers at South Boston Elementary.
Stephanie Watts, associate principal at Cluster Springs Elementary, received a salary approval of $57,439 and Joyce Hill was changed to a ten-month contract employee as Central Office switchboard operator.
Stephanie Scott was appointed an elementary instructional secretary at a $28,391 salary, while Sherry Tucker was named cafeteria manager at Meadville Elementary.
Three teachers were transferred: Erica Grubbs from South Boston Elementary to Sinai Elementary; Dearrion Snead from Halifax County High School to Halifax County Middle School and Elizabeth Fowlkes from Sinai Elementary to Meadville Elementary.
The board also accepted the resignation of Halifax County High School Virginia and U.S. history teacher, William Lucas, effective June 5, 2013.
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