Chris Moore named new principal at Laurens District High School

May 15 Written by 

At a special called board meeting on Monday night, the Laurens County School District 55 board of trustees named Chris Moore as the new principal at Laurens District High School.

Moore will replace Sonya Bryant, who announced in March that she has accepted the position as principal at Batesburg-Leesville High School. Bryant spent 19 years at LDHS and five as principal. Her last day is June 30.

Moore has been the Director of the Freshman Academy and assistant principal at Belton-Honea Path High School since 2012. At B-HP, Moore is also the attendance interventionist, SAFE-T evaluator and coordinator of the fine arts facilities.

In Anderson District 2, Moore serves as the district CATE coordinator, a member of the district transition team and chairs the district’s AdvancEd committee.

Prior to coming to B-HP, Moore was a language arts teacher at Lakeview Middle School. He also taught language arts, Honors English and was the ESOL coordinator at Manatee School for the Arts.

Moore received his degree in Secondary English Education from Manatee Community College, his Master of Arts in School Leadership from the University of South Florida and is an Educational Specialist in School Leadership from Furman University.

Moore will begin his duties at LDHS on July 1.  

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