NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WECT) – Two new principals were recently appointed to two New Hanover County schools for the 2013-2014 school year, according to a school system spokesperson.
Jackson Norvell will serve as Ashley High School's new principal, while Steven Sullivan, Ed.D., will serve as Hoggard High School's.
Norvell is currently an assistant principal at New Hanover High School, and has previously been an assistant principal at Pine Valley Elementary School, and Pender County's Cape Fear Middle School. He also served as an intervention specialist at Noble Middle School and an instrumental music teacher at both Roland-Grise Middle School and Topsail Middle School.
Norvell graduated from UNCW with a Bachelor of Music degree and a Master of School Administration degree.
Sullivan is currently the principal at Heide Trask High School in Pender County, and previously served as an assistant principal at Hoggard High School and Roland-Grise Middle School.
He was also an English teacher in Florida and in Columbus County, at South Columbus High School.
Sullivan attended UNC-Chapel Hill, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Education. He would go on to earn his Master's degree in School Administration from Troy State University, and an Ed.D. in Child and Youth Studies from Nova Southeastern University.
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