Chamblee Charter High School principal leaving DeKalb Schools

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Popular Chamblee Charter High School Principal Norman Sauce is leaving the school to take a position with the Griffin-Spalding County School System.

Sauce, 39, will become the executive director for elementary schools for Griffin-Spalding on July 1. He became principal at Chamblee Charter High School in 2015.

Sauce, a Long Beach, Calif., native, came to Georgia in 2012 and worked for Fulton County Schools for three years before being hired for the Chamblee job.

DeKalb Board of Education member Stan Jester posted about the personnel change on his blog, and included a note from a parent that included what the school needed in its next leader.

Chamblee Charter High was recently named one of the nation's best high schools by U.S. News & World Report.

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