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DOUGHERTY COUNTY, GA -

Major changes are coming to the leadership in Dougherty County schools.

12 assistant principals next year will be new hires or transfers. The school board approved the changes Thursday.

Superintendent Dr. David Mosely says the changes are meant to improve education. "I like a combination of outside ideas and good local folks that have paid your dues and want to move up in the organization. But number one with us, you got to be good. We don't have any place for non-producers," said Mosely.

The positions were vacated by educators who either resigned, retired, or were promoted.

The changes are as follows:

Dougherty High: Corey Sanford

Monroe High: Shereca Hughley and Steven Dudley

Radium Springs Middle: Dr. Winifred Whitlock and Frederick Thomas

Robert A. Cross Middle: Dr. Roderick Pollock

Southside Middle: Melissa Brubaker

Live Oak Elementary: Benjamin Johnson

Northside Elementary: Todd Deariso

Sherwood Acres Elementary: Yvette Simmons

Turner Elementary: Calvin Poole

SGRAC:  William Cobb

 


 

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