The Kershaw County School District will have a lot of changes in its own assistant principal duties for the approaching school year.
As stated by the district’s announcement, Blaney Elementary School Assistant Principal Amy Jordan will soon be moving into Wateree Elementary School (WES) as an extra assistant leader to aid with the supervision of West Wateree Early Learning Academy, that is now supervised by WES.
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Jordan has served as a secretary in Blaney Elementary School and Pine Tree Hill Elementary School and formerly taught at the third and fifth grades in Wateree Elementary School along with Jackson School.
She’s got a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and a master’s degree in teaching and a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of South Carolina.
Jackson School Assistant Principal Liz Turner will probably be visiting Midway Elementary School at a brand new assistant principal place.
Turner was Jackson’s assistant chief because 2012 and taught social studies in Lugoff-Elgin Middle School and also Stover Middle School previously.
She was likewise Stover’s curriculum trainer for a couple of decades. Turner includes a bachelor of arts degree from Furman University and a master of education level and educational specialist degree from Converse College.
Lugoff-Elgin Middle School Assistant Principal Chandra Richardson will probably be visiting Jackson School because its assistant principal.
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Richardson educated at Lugoff Elementary School, Lugoff-Elgin Middle School and also Stover Middle School. She has a bachelor of science degree in the University of South Carolina, a master’s degree in education from Francis Marion University and a doctorate of education from South Carolina State University.
Camden Middle School mathematics instructor LaKeisha Lawrence will substitute Richardson as an assistant chief in Lugoff-Elgin Middle School.
Lawrence also educated at Camden Elementary School for 11 decades.
Lugoff-Elgin High School science instructor Wendy Hill is going to be the new assistant chief in Stover Middle School, replacing Casey Faulkenberry that had been chosen as the new manager for its Continuous Learning Center.
Hill also educated at Brookland-Cayce High School. She has a bachelor of science degree and master degree in education administration from the University of South Carolina.