Monday, March 12, 2012

NWRHS Principal Moving To District Headquarters

NWRHS Principal Richard Morrison 
Moving To Rankin County School 
District Headquarters

Will Become Assistant Superintendent

L to R - Paul Lacoste, Richard Morrison, Sen. Josh Harkins
The change was announced at Friday's Rankin County School Board meeting.  

Superintendent of Rankin County Schools, Dr. Lynn Weathersby, asked the Board to approve the move effective July 1 - they agreed by a unanimous vote. 

Mr. Morrison will become one of 3 Assistant Superintendents working at District headquarters in Brandon.  He'll be replacing Mr. Hugh Carr who is retiring June 30th.

Richard Morrison has worked in education for 24 years and been at Northwest Rankin High School for the past 16.  He will complete the school year at NWRHS before moving to his new position. 

Mr Morrison was recently named Mississippi Administrator of the Year by the Mississippi Department of Education. 

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Anonymous said...

And I Hope he wins Superintendent when he runs against Lynn Weathersby. Cain't wait for that race.


Anonymous said...

He needs to just take over. Then systematically clean house. Then RC needs to set qualifications and requirements for School Board and the Sup. needs to be an appointed position.

Anonymous said...

Weathersby is done. Has said he will not run again. This is a HUGE loss for NWR. Best Administrator the school has had. He learned from the best (Massey) and took it many steps forward. I wish Richard the best in his endeavors! If Richard does decide to run for Superintendent then I will do everything I can to help him. Him leading our district will do wonders for our children, our schools and our property values!

Anonymous said...

Our schools are fortunate to have some of the most dedicated, wonderful and caring principals and Mr. Morrison is at the top of the list. I hate to see him leave the high school but know that the current assistants will carry on. They are all very professional, dedicated and have our children's interest foremost in their minds. He will have huge responsibilities if he takes on Mr. Carr's job. I know he can add his guidance and professionalism to the current administration and help improve and keep this district the best in the state. I support him and our district administrators and will pray for them.