The educator is credited with improving the school's academic performance.
Thursday, February 14
By Anisa Sullivan Jimenez Clarke Central High School Principal Robbie Hooker has been named Georgia Principal of the Year by the Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals. “This is an incredibly well-deserved honor for Dr. Hooker, and is a reflection of his strong leadership at Clarke Central High School,” said Superintendent Philip D. Lanoue. “Clarke Central’s teachers, students and teams are regularly recognized at state and national levels – with Dr. Hooker’s support and laser-like focus on student performance.” Earlier this month, the six finalists recently underwent an interview process. Dr. Hooker will now represent the state in the competition for National Principal of the Year. Hooker has been principal at Clarke Central…
The Ga. Association of Secondary School Principals named three middle school and three high school finalists.
Tuesday, January 29
Clarke Central High School Principal Robbie Hooker has been named a finalist for Georgia Principal of the Year. The Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals recently announced three middle and three high school finalists. “It is certainly rewarding to be named a finalist for such a prestigious honor, and I must give credit to the entire Clarke Central family. Working together, we have ensured our school has a focus on academic and extracurricular achievement, as well as a culture of respect,” said Hooker. Finalists will undergo an interview in Athens in early February and the winner will be named shortly thereafter. The Principal of the Year recognition program is sponsored by MetLife and the National Association of Secondary …