Several Clover schools are getting new leaders as the district reassigns positions and fills vacancies created when two administrators left the district.
Kershena Dickey has been named the district’s instructional specialist for English language arts. She comes to Clover from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, where she was a literacy and Title I coordinator. She succeeds Vickie Brockman, who is retiring.
Blue Eagle Academy, the district’s alternative school, will have a new director to lead its expansion this fall. Hezekiah Massey replaces Mike McAdams as the director. He comes to Clover from Hunter-Kinard-Tyler High School in Orangeburg, where he was a principal. Prior to Orangeburg, Massey was an assistant principal at Northwestern High School.
Three schools will have new assistant principals when school opens Aug. 22.
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At Larne Elementary School, Scott Jeffrey replaces Katie Wall, who has left the Clover district to become the principal at Kelly Mills Middle School in Columbia. Jeffrey moves from Clover's Crowders Creek Elementary School, where he was an assistant principal.
Anna Parrish will move from Bethel Elementary to Crowders Creek Elementary to replace Jeffrey.
Avery Goode replaces Parrish at Bethel Elementary after three years as an assistant principal at Oakridge Middle School.