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HulkHogan

Baxter, KY

#1 Mar 30, 2013
Mr Howard will retire. Who is his replacement going to be?
Lets hear it.
Guest

Tucker, GA

#2 Mar 30, 2013
HulkHogan wrote:
Mr Howard will retire. Who is his replacement going to be?
Lets hear it.
I've heard Bristol Belcher from Wallins name mentioned.
Kidding me

Lebanon, KY

#3 Mar 30, 2013
Guest wrote:
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I've heard Bristol Belcher from Wallins name mentioned.
poor choice
bearfan

Winchester, KY

#4 Mar 30, 2013
Stacy Noah will be principal
hahahaha

Liberty, KY

#5 Mar 30, 2013
Bristol Belcher will not leave his successful school to go to the high school. Why would Stacy Noah leave a principal job and begin working for the state department and then return to doing her old job?

My guess, looking at who is on site base, and how they will choose the next principal, it will be Kathy Napier. Just a guess!
Teacher

Somerset, KY

#6 Mar 30, 2013
Bristol would never leave Wallins. Stacy has a lot of family that would have to leave, so I can't see that either. I can't see either being a "poor choice" though....seriously. I bet the students would have text books with those two..lol
Guest

Baxter, KY

#7 Mar 30, 2013
Teacher wrote:
Bristol would never leave Wallins. Stacy has a lot of family that would have to leave, so I can't see that either. I can't see either being a "poor choice" though....seriously. I bet the students would have text books with those two..lol
Bristol would leave Wallins in a minute....he hates being principal.
Teacher

Somerset, KY

#8 Mar 30, 2013
Guest wrote:
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Bristol would leave Wallins in a minute....he hates being principal.
No way!
Guest

Baxter, KY

#9 Mar 30, 2013
Teacher wrote:
<quoted text>No way!
You don't know him very well then. He may not leave for another principal position, but if he could get a central office job-he wouldn't show up at Wallins on Monday. Believe it or not.
Teacher

Somerset, KY

#10 Mar 30, 2013
Shoot...who wouldn't leave for a central office job..hahahhahaah....doesn't mean that he doesn't love his school though. My children go there and he does a great job.
Frank

Harlan, KY

#11 Mar 30, 2013
I think it will be mark bailey
Sara

Somerset, KY

#12 Mar 30, 2013
I heard Mark or Kathy
Granny

Mayfield, KY

#13 Mar 30, 2013
They would be blessed to have Mr.Belchet as a principal, but Wallins parents sure hopes he goes nowhere...best thing ever happened to Wallins Elementary.....
Preach

United States

#14 Mar 30, 2013
Stacy Noah will take the job when it's offered, mark it down. And if she does things will only get better for the kids at HCHS, but now the teachers may be in for a rude awakening because she will crack the whip on any subpar teacher and they have several at that school.
Unknown

Mayfield, KY

#15 Mar 30, 2013
I think it will be Bristol Belcher.
guest

Baxter, KY

#16 Mar 30, 2013
Mark Bailey
Let's see. He's been in charge of custodians for almost one school year. How many have quit or retired under his "leadership" all because they cannot stand his arrogance? If Mark Bailey got the principal's jobs, teachers would do the same. No one can stand him. That's how he ended up at HCHS in the first place. He had caused a lifetime of drama at Cumberland Elementary and their board member saw a great opportunity to get rid of Bailey when HCHS opened and boom he was gone. He is a narcissist nightmare.

Kathy Napier?
She'd have to tear herself away from the ROTC room.

Yeah. That JUST happened.

Since: May 12

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#17 Mar 31, 2013
Bristol would do well as HCHS principal. He's done a good job at Wallins. Look at their standardized test scores.
Atlanta

Lebanon, KY

#18 Mar 31, 2013
(Reuters)- A grand jury indicted 35 former Atlanta public school educators, including an award-winning former superintendent, on Friday for allegedly conspiring to cheat on standardized test scores to obtain cash bonuses.

Former Superintendent Beverly Hall was named National Superintendent of the Year by the American Association of School Administrators in 2009, the same year prosecutors contend widespread cheating took place.

Hall received a $78,000 bonus that year for improving the school system's test scores, prosecutors said.

"The money she received, we are alleging, was ill gotten and it was theft," Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said at a news conference.

Besides Hall, those indicted included administrators, principals and teachers. The 65-count indictment said "test answer sheets were altered, fabricated and falsely certified."

Hall was charged with racketeering, making false statements, theft by taking and false swearing. She and others could face up to 45 years in prison if convicted, Howard said.


A state investigation of test results in 2009 found cheating in 44 of the 56 Atlanta public schools examined. The cheating was prompted primarily by pressure to meet targets in a data-driven environment, according to a investigation conducted by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal's office.

The 2009 cheating was said to include teachers erasing incorrect answers on state standardized tests.

The 2011 state report concluded that there was a "major failure of leadership throughout Atlanta Public Schools with regard to the ethical administration" of the 2009 standardized exams known as the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests.

Amid the investigation, Hall stepped down after nearly 12 years as superintendent of the Atlanta Public Schools. Her successor, Erroll Davis, said on Friday the school system now has extensive training and other safeguards to prevent cheating.

He said 95 percent of the school system's staff was not implicated in the scandal.

Justina Collins, the mother of an Atlanta public school student, told the news conference her daughter had trouble reading yet scored well on the standardized tests.

Collins said when she asked the superintendent about the discrepancy, Hall told her, "Your daughter is simply the kind of person who tests well."

Collins' daughter is now in the ninth grade but reads on a fifth-grade level, Howard told reporters, adding that the real victims of the cheating scandal were the children.

"Her example points out the plight of many children" in the scandal, said the prosecutor.

Richard Deane, Hall's attorney, could not be reached for comment.

(Editing by Ian Simpson and Todd Eastham)
Teacher

Somerset, KY

#19 Mar 31, 2013
What does this post have to do with HCHS?
guess

Sikeston, MO

#20 Mar 31, 2013
no he ant going belcher has a kid by a secretary in the office. so guess who?

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