Rockmart Excessive College will finish the varsity 12 months with a brand new principal after the Polk College District Board of Schooling permitted the hiring of Dr. Bo Adams.
Adams, who’s at the moment the principal at Miller County Excessive College in Colquitt in Southwest Georgia, will start as RHS principal on Might three, simply 25 days earlier than the final day of college.
The rent was permitted by the board throughout a particular referred to as assembly on March 23. Adams was chosen for the place after interviewing with a panel of stakeholders made up of district management, RHS college and workers, and mum or dad representatives.
“Dr. Adams and his household are excited to start their transition to the Rockmart neighborhood,” stated an announcement from the Polk College District. “We sit up for Dr. Adam’s arrival and his imaginative and prescient for the continuation of excellence at Rockmart Excessive College.”
The varsity district stated a meet and greet with highschool workers and school is within the means of being deliberate.
A former highschool instructor, Adams served as principal at Samson Excessive College in Alabama and Wayne County Excessive College in Georgia earlier than coming to Miller County Excessive College. Throughout his profession in training he has served as athletic director, CTAE director, highschool assistant principal, different faculty director, summer season faculty director, center faculty to highschool transition coordinator and highschool amenities coordinator.
A local of Alabama, Adams earned his Bachelors of Science in Agriculture Schooling from Auburn College and started as a instructor and Future Farmers of America advisor at Hawkinsville Excessive College in Pulaski County, Georgia.
He later returned to highschool to earn a Grasp’s diploma in Academic Administration from Albany State College.
Adams follows Robyn Teems as RHS principal after the longtime Polk College District educator introduced her retirement following 31 years with PSD. Her ultimate day is Thursday, April 1.