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New Hanover county teacher still waiting to hear fate

Ashley High School teacher David Rutledge was not offered renewal for next school year and is still waiting for the School Board's decision on his future at Ashley High School. Ashley High School teacher David Rutledge was not offered renewal for next school year and is still waiting for the School Board's decision on his future at Ashley High School.
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

The future for a New Hanover County teacher is still unknown. Ashley High School teacher David Rutledge was not offered renewal for next school year and is still waiting for the School Board's decision on his future at Ashley High School.

The non-renewal comes after it was announced that he would no longer be Ashley's Boys Basketball coach.

According to New Hanover School Officials, the School board will discuss Rutledge's future at their meeting on July 1.

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