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The Central Hardin High School site-based decision-making council didn’t have to go far to find a new principal. Tim Isaacs, one of the school’s assistant principals, has been selected to fill the role.
“I couldn’t be more excited for our district and the Bruin family,” Superintendent Nannette Johnston said. “Tim did an absolutely wonderful job in his year-and-a-half as interim principal and I know he and his staff will continue to do great things in the future. Tim puts students first and always looks out for their well-being. He is also very supportive of the Central Hardin faculty and staff and is well respected by parents and community. Central Hardin will continue to flourish and prosper under Tim’s leadership.”
He fills the vacancy created by the retirement of Ron Ortiz, who announced his retirement after school dismissed for summer break in May. Isaacs served as interim principal from January 2010 through June 2011 while Ortiz was on military leave.
“I am truly honored to be the next principal at Central Hardin,” Isaacs said. “I have a deep love for this school, our students, our families and our staff. The Bruin nation is proud, vibrant and dedicated. It’s that way because of the people that preceded me in this position. We can hang our hat on a lot of successes; however, we can’t let off the gas. We have to keep our momentum and do even bigger and better things. I can’t wait to get to get started.”
See Wednesday's print edition of The News-Enterprise for more details.