Superintendent Dr. John Kopicki has announced the following personnel appointments which were approved by our Board of Education on Monday, August 7th.
Annessia Lee, assistant principal at Concord Middle School, has been named principal at Weddington Hills Elementary School, replacing Chasity Dolan who has resigned. Annessia began her role at Weddington Hills on Tuesday, August 8th.
Annessia began her career as a teacher at W.M. Irvin Elementary School in 2013 and was later promoted to lead teacher in 2016. She previously served as an assistant principal at Odell Primary School.
Annessia earned both a bachelor's and a master's degree from the University of North Carolina Charlotte and also holds a master's degree from Queens University.
Denise Yates, district Technology Project Lead and Digital Resources Manager, has been named assistant principal at Jay M. Robinson High School, replacing Heather Stowe, who has been named Program Choice Coordinator for the district. Denise began her new role at Jay M. Robinson on August 10th.
Denise began her career in CCS in 2004 as a classroom teacher. She later served as an Instructional Technology Facilitator and as the IB program coordinator at W.M. Irvin Elementary School. She also previously served as an assistant principal at A.T. Allen Elementary School.
Denise holds a bachelor's degree from Appalachian State University and a master's degree from East Carolina University. She earned her school administration certificate from the University of North Carolina Charlotte.
Lynnette Antwi, MTSS Coach at Roberta Road Middle School, has been named assistant principal at Odell Primary School, replacing Kristy Bullock who has transferred to the same role at Central Cabarrus High School. Lynnette began her new role on August 10th.
Lynnette previously served as a math teacher at H.E. Winkler Middle School before starting her current role at Roberta Road when the school opened in 2022. She also has previous teaching experience in Guilford County Schools.
Lynnette holds a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina Charlotte and earned her master's degree from Queen's University.
Congratulations to Annessia, Denise, and Lynnette on their new roles within the district.