Harris Co. School District appoints new high school principal

HAMILTON, Ga. (WTVM) – The Harris County School Board has named a new principal for Harris County High School.

From March 1, Lindie Snyder will officially be the director of HCHS. She will be leaving Creekside Middle School where she served as principal since June 2018. Creekside educates the county’s fifth and sixth graders.

“Just three years after graduating from college, I was teaching at Harris County Carver Middle School and then serving as an assistant principal and athletic director. As a graduate of Harris County High School, over the years, I have always felt a sense of pride teaching and mentoring our students,” Snyder said. “For the past four years, I have had the opportunity to be Principal of Creekside School. , Now that I return to my alma mater, is it my privilege to serve the students of Harris County in this new role.

She is one of three current directors of HCSD who have graduated from Harris County High School. The appointment is also historic as Snyder becomes the first female principal of Harris County High School.

Snyder attended the University of Troy where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of Science in Education, and specialist degrees in education. She resides in Harris County with her husband and their four children.

For more information, visit www.harris.k12.ga.us or call 706-628-4206.

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