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GHS principal Randy Corn to resign at year's end

Thursday, December 15, 2011

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The Greencastle Community School Board accepted the resignation of the Greencastle High School principal at Wednesday's meeting.

Randy Corn, who has been with the corporation since the fall of 2009, submitted his resignation but will serve until the end of the year.

"I'd like to formally thank him for his years at Greencastle," Supt. Lori Richmond said.

Following the meeting, the superintendent also expressed her appreciation that Corn's resignation will not take effect until summer.

"We're happy he's staying for the rest of the year," Richmond said. "We look forward to a good second semester. He'll be here continuing to work with our students."

Richmond highlighted some of the progress the high school has made in Corn's two-plus years, including the addition of an alternative school, more extra-curricular activities and increased graduation rates.

Corn came to Greencastle following 25 years at Brownsburg High School, 18 as an English teacher and seven as an assistant principal.


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Sad...

-- Posted by kbmom on Thu, Dec 15, 2011, at 5:55 AM

"Thank him for his years of service at Greencastle"? All three of them!! When will we get a principal at the HS that will stay more than a few years?? Seems like a revolving door at the GHS principal's office. Are we just a stepping stone on the way up the ladder? If so, let's hire someone from inside the community that just may stay a little longer, if anyone is truly qualified.

-- Posted by rosco&ginger on Thu, Dec 15, 2011, at 8:30 AM