Hall resigns from MCPS

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Ex-WCMS principal steps away from Marion Co. position

Stevie Lowery
Landmark News Service

Stacey Hall, former principal of Marion County High School and, most recently, the director of federal programs at central office, announced his resignation from Marion County Public Schools effective Nov. 29.

Superintendent Taylora Schlosser sent an email out to staff and the media at 11:57 a.m., Friday, Nov. 22.

“I wanted to inform each of you that Mr. Stacey Hall, Director of Federal Programs, has resigned his position with the Marion County Public Schools effective November 29, 2013 due to family and personal reasons. Mr. Hall will be working with his father in the family business. Mr. Hall explained that this is an opportunity that he has always dreamed of pursuing. Please help me in thanking him for his service to education and for the work that he has done in Marion County. I want to wish him and his family many more years of prosperity while working in a family business.”

On July 25, Hall resigned from his position as MCHS principal. Schlosser appointed him to be the director of federal programs, a new position at central office, on July 30. His salary was reportedly $81,742.