GREENVILLE — Stan Hughes was hired as Greenville High School (GHS) Principal, during a Special Greenville City School District Board of Education meeting, March 2.
He was hired for two-years: 2017-2018, 2018-2019, at $98,349 for a 260 – day contract for both years. According to district Supt. Doug Fries, Hughes has done an outstanding job as Career-Technology (CT) Director the last two years as well as district-wide Technology Coordinator.
“He is well prepared to be the next high school principal with the variety of experiences he has had,” Supt. Fries said. “Mr. Hughes has proven to be a dedicated hardworking administrator.”
Hughes said it is an honor and a pleasure to be named Greenville High School’s next principal.
“This is a wonderful school district with great students, staff and community support,” he said. “I am looking forward to this opportunity. My experience as CT director has helped me get to know the students, parents, school and community. I am looking forward to continuing to build and reinforce those relationships in my new position.”
GHS Principal Jeffrey S. Cassell said Hughes has many years of administrative and teaching experience that will serve him well.
“Stan Hughes is a very energetic and intelligent man,” Cassell said. The past two years he has had the opportunity to learn about the Greenville City Schools and this wonderful community. He has made staff, student and community connections that will help him make the best decisions for the stakeholders of Greenville City Schools and the Greenville Community. I look forward to his successes at Greenville Senior High School.”
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