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Movement within LCSS creates vacancies
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After the closed session of the Liberty County Board of Education’s regular meeting, the board approved recommendations for certified staff and certified transfers—leading to some big changes at Bradwell Institute, Liberty County High School, and Midway Middle School.

“Both of the high school principals are moving to positions at the central office,” Liberty County School System Superintendent Dr. Franklin Perry said. “Dr. Toriano Gilbert is now the Director of Federal Programs. The vacancy for that position was caused when we promoted Stephanie Clark to Executive Director of Finance.”

Stephanie Woods, the current principal at LCHS will move to the central office and serve as the Student Services Support Specialist, Perry said. Midway Middle School’s principal Debra Frazier will move over to LCHS and replace Woods as principal.

LCSS will begin advertisements for these open positions soon, Perry said. The goal is to get through the Georgia Milestone Assessments and testing, and a decision will be made as to when the transfers will be effective, Perry continued.

“All of the moves will be done no later than July 1,” Perry said. “Possibly before depending on circumstances, but no later than July 1.”

Gilbert will move into the position as soon as a new principal for Bradwell is found, Perry said. 

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