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Harpeth High School News – New Assistant Principal Named

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Cheatham County School District Names Assistant Principal at Harpeth High School

The Cheatham County School District named Dr. Lee Rector as the new assistant principal of Harpeth High School.

Rector earned a Bachelor of Science degree (Humanities) from University of Tennessee – Knoxville, Master of Arts in Teaching (Elementary Education) from Trevecca Nazarene University, and Doctorate (Administration and Supervision – Educational Leadership) from Trevecca Nazarene University.

His career in education began in 2005 at Ross Elementary in Nashville. He also served as classroom teacher at Glencliff Elementary, Thomas Edison Elementary, Napier Enhanced Option Elementary, and Roy Waldron School.

Rector has worked as ELL teacher, served on school disciplinary committees, and is certified by Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) for behavior management.
Rector said, “I’m very excited to have this opportunity. My goal for this new position is to build strong relationships with the students, faculty and community that will have a positive impact on student achievement.”

Rector will immediately begin his role as assistant principal.

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