Marla Hamilton has been named the Director of Adult Education for Chesterfield School District. She was announced at the district’s board meeting on July 27.
Hamilton most recently held the position of Coordinator of Testing and Accountability, a title she held since 2010. With 23 years experience in education, Hamilton has also been a primary school, elementary level, and a middle school teacher. She holds a Master Degree of Education in Administration and Supervision from the University of South Carolina, and she also holds a Master Degree of Education in Early Childhood Education from the same school. She earned her Bachelor Degree of Science in Elementary Education from Wingate University.
A district-wide registration day will be held at Chesterfield County schools on Aug 4, from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
Nikki Miller has been named the interim principal at New Heights Middle School in Jefferson, replacing Dr. Diana Smith, who has accepted a position in another district.
Miller most recently was the Director of Adult Education for Chesterfield County, however prior to that she was in the Pageland area at Central High School as an assistant principal, career specialist, and teacher.
Chesterfield County School District announced three new principals at a school board meeting held on July 2.
Caroline Miles will be the new principal at Ruby Elementary School, Omoro King will take over at Jefferson Elementary School, and Virginia Sorrow will lead Long Middle School.
The Chesterfield County School District announced Beth Suggs as the principal of Edwards Elementary School and Wendy Folsom as the Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction at the June 8 school board meeting.