Timisha Barnes-Jones, who has been assistant principal at West Charlotte High for the past year, will now share the principals duties with John Wall.
During its Tuesday night meeting, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board approving naming Barnes-Jones co-principal at the school.
Barnes-Jones will lead West Charlottes LIFT Academy, which holds day and night classes off-campus on Dr. Carver Road. She also will oversee master schedules and specialized learning programs for students on the main West Charlotte campus.
She was a chorus teacher at Winterfield Elementary, Olympic High, Berry Academy and Independence High before becoming an assistant principal. As an administrator, she worked at E.E. Waddell High and then Vance High before moving to West Charlotte in 2012.
Project LIFT will fund the co-principal position, according to CMS.
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