Coile Middle School principal announces resignation | City News

In a surprise move, the principal of Coile Middle School, Dr. Karen Smith, has announced her resignation, effective at the end of the current academic year. The news comes after six years of dedicated service to the school and community.

According to reports, Dr. Smith has accepted a new position at a neighboring school district, citing a desire to pursue new opportunities and challenges. Her decision to leave has sent shockwaves throughout the school community, with students, teachers, and parents alike expressing sadness and gratitude for her leadership.

Under Dr. Smith’s guidance, Coile Middle School has seen significant improvements in academic performance, student engagement, and extracurricular programs. She has been praised for her commitment to fostering a positive and inclusive school environment, as well as her innovative approach to teaching and learning.

“We are deeply saddened to hear of Dr. Smith’s resignation, but we are also grateful for the time she has spent here at Coile Middle School,” said the school’s superintendent, Dr. John Johnson. “Her leadership has been invaluable to our students, teachers, and community, and we will miss her dearly.”

The school district has already begun the process of searching for Dr. Smith’s replacement, with a new principal expected to be appointed by the summer. Until then, Assistant Principal Mark Davis will take on the interim role.

As news of Dr. Smith’s resignation spreads, students and parents alike are taking to social media to express their gratitude and wishes for her future success. “We will miss you, Dr. Smith! Thank you for an amazing six years,” wrote one parent on Twitter. “You will always be remembered as a true leader and champion for our students,” added another.

The school community is looking forward to the announcement of Dr. Smith’s successor, and is grateful for the time she has spent serving as their principal.