More than a dozen schools in the Detroit school district will have new leaders at the beginning of the next school year.
The district has posted principal positions for 16 schools where the current principal has decided to either retire or resign, said Chrystal Wilson, spokeswoman for the district.
Wilson said none of the changes are “associated with non-renewals” — notices that go out notifying employees that their contracts won’t be renewed.
The principal turnover is similar to the turnover the district has experienced over the last two years, a time period that has seen 30 new principals placed in schools.
The district will begin reaching out to the faculty and staff, as well as families and students, in the schools with principal changes in the next few days. New principals are expected to be named by June 1 or July 1, Wilson said.
“We are thankful to the veteran principals who have served the district well and have decided to move on to their next challenge,” Wilson said. “This is an exciting time for the district as we develop and recruit the next generation of school leaders.”
Here are the schools where the principal position has been posted:
- Bunche Preparatory Academy
- Burton International Academy
- Carstens Academy
- Detroit International Academy for Young Women
- Dixon Educational Learning Academy
- East English Village High School
- Edward ‘Duke’ Ellington Conservatory of Music and Art
- Emerson Elementary-Middle
- Fisher Magnet Lower Academy
- Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies School
- Henderson Academy
- John R. King Academic and Performing Arts Academy
- Osborn High School
- Priest Elementary-Middle
- Vernor Elementary
- West Side Academy of Information Technology and Cyber Security
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