Hamilton County Announces New Principal Assignments
Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith announced the following individuals have accepted administrative positions for the 2012-2013 school year. These administrators will begin their new assignments on July 1, 2012.
-- LeAndrea Ware, currently principal at East Lake Academy, will become the director of our new “Innovation Zone” (I-Zone).
-- LaKesha Carson, currently assistant principal at Orchard Knob Middle school, will become Principal at East Lake Academy, replacing Ms. Ware. Ms. Carson has been with Hamilton County since 2000.
-- Robin Copp, currently principal at Sale Creek Middle / High School, will become principal at Signal Mountain Middle / High School. Ms. Copp has been with the district since 1988.
-- Tobin Davidson, currently principal at Soddy Daisy Middle School, will become principal at Sale Creek Middle / High School. Mr. Davidson has been with the district since 1984.
-- Blake Freeman, currently assistant principal at Normal Park (upper school), will become principal at Soddy Daisy Middle School. Mr. Freeman has been with the district since 2002.
-- Lee Sims, currently serving as interim principal at Hixson High School, will become the principal of that building. Mr. Sims has been with the district since 2001.
-- Stephanie Hinton, currently principal at Red Bank Elementary School, will become principal at East Side Elementary. Ms. Hinton has been with the district since 1976.
-- Haley Brown, currently assistant principal at Normal Park (lower school), will become principal at Red Bank Elementary. Ms. Brown has been with the district since 2002.
-- Kelly Coffelt, currently assistant principal at CSLA, will become principal at CSAS (K-5). Ms. Coffelt has been with the district intermittently since 1994.
-- Joyce Lancaster, currently assistant principal at East lake Elementary, will become principal at East Lake Elementary. Ms. Lancaster has been with the district since 1984.
-- Kimberly Roden, currently assistant principal at Battle Academy, will become principal at Soddy Elementary. Ms. Roden has been with the district since 1985.Hamilton County Announces New Principal Assignments
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