Jacksonville City School's Principle Resigns

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

 


Less than a year after hiring a new high school principal, Jacksonville City Schools is searching for a replacement. Board of Education members last night voted to accept the resignation of Jacksonville High School principal Bill Singleton. Superintendent Mark Petersen says Singleton resigned Friday to deal with a family medical issue. Peterson says he regrets the system is losing Singleton, but that his office has received dozens of applications, and he hopes to hire a new principal by the end of July.  Before coming to Jacksonville last summer, Singleton worked for five years as the assistant principal at Rome High School in Georgia.

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