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Board of Education selects new superintendent

Posted Thursday, April 21, 2005

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The Chatham County Board of Education announced that it has hired Dr. Ann Hart as the new superintendent of the Chatham County Schools. Dr. Hart is the current superintendent of the Catawba County Schools here in North Carolina, a position she has held for the last five years. Prior to becoming superintendent of the Catawba County Schools, Dr. Hart served as the Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools for seven years.

The Board believes that Dr. Hart has the ability and skills necessary to continue to move the Chatham County Schools forward. Under Dr. Hart's leadership in student achievement, test scores in Catawba County have increased significantly over the last five years. Also, during Dr. Hart's tenure, the Catawba County Schools significantly increased its fund balance, resulting in a fiscally healthier school system. Dr. Hart has significant experience overseeing a school building program, experience which will be very important in her new position. Dr. Hart has shown leadership in working with her local board of county commissioners and other business leaders in developing community support for the Catawba County Schools.

The Chatham County Board of Education is excited to welcome Dr. Hart as its new leader and asks the Chatham County community and the staff of the Chatham County Schools to work with her to help make our schools the best they can be.

 
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