The Gwinnett County Schools Board of Education announced appointments of three principals for the 2019-2020 school year during its monthly April meeting Thursday.
Niki Ross, an assistant principal at Phoenix High School, will become the next principal of that school as Principal Donna Scott retires.
Jonathan Day, principal of Mulberry Elementary, is transitioning to the principal post at Harmony Elementary. He will succeed Principal Anne Marie Keskonis who is retiring at the end of the school year.
Cortina Harris, an assistant principal at Lovin Elementary School, will become the principal of Alcova Elementary School. She will fill the position currently held by Dr. Todd Langley who has accepted a district level position in another school system.
In other personnel action, the school board named South Gwinnett High School Principal Monique Lee as Assistant Director of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.
The district is now in the process of appointing new principals for Mulberry Elementary and South Gwinnett High School.
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