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Cumberland County Schools Announces Leadership Transfers

Dr. Marvin Connelly, Jr., superintendent of Cumberland County Schools (CCS), announced leadership transfers at the Cumberland County Board of Education’s regular June meeting.
  • Allen Hines will serve as an Exceptional Children's Assessment Consultant.
  • Niesha Witherspoon has been selected to be the new principal of Seventy-First High School.
  • Reggie Pinkney will serve as an Instructional Materials Facilitator.
  • Todd Yardis will serve as the new principal of Warrenwood Elementary School.
  • Myron Williams will serve as Transportation Supervisor.
  • Kim Robertson will serve the district as a Principal on Loan. In this new position, Robertson will provide additional support to the district’s Tier 1 Performance, Accountability, Support and Empowerment (PASE) schools.

06.14.22 Allen Hines Exceptional Childrens Assessment Consultant06.14.22 Niesha Witherspoon SFHS Principal06.14.22 Reggie Pinkney Instructional Materials Facilitator








06.14.22 Todd Yardis WWES Principal06.14.22 Myron Williams Transportation Supervisor06.14.22 Kim Robertson Principal on Loan