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North Rowan High principal leaves

North Rowan High School joins a growing list of schools which have experienced principal turnover this year.
Former principal Fateama Fulmore resigned her position as principal from the school effective Aug. 4. Fulmore started working as principal at North Rowan High School in July 2014. Before that, she served as an assistant principal in Cabarrus County Schools. 
According to Rita Foil, Rowan-Salisbury Schools public information officer, Fulmore relocated to Pennsylvania to be closer to her family.  
 
Delores Morris will serve as the interim principal at North Rowan until a new principal is named. Morris is a retired assistant superintendent for human resources with Rowan-Salisbury Schools.
 
“Human Resources Executive Director Kristi Rhone is working on the schedule and timeline for the selection of a new principal at NRHS.  The position has been posted.  This selection process will include input from parents, students and the community on the leadership qualities they feel are needed for a principal to lead North Rowan High School,” Foil wrote in an e-mail. 
Faith Elementary, Rowan County Early College, Henderson Independent High School and Millbridge Elementary are among other district schools which will have a new principal in the 2016-17 school year.

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