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BUTNER — The Granville County Board of Education approved Charmain Day-Heggie to be named the new principal of Butner-Stem Elementary School at an Oct. 7 meeting.
Day-Heggie will assume her duties at the school Monday.
Day-Heggie has over 12 years of experience in public education, beginning her work as a career and technical education teacher in Wake County Schools. She has served in Granville County Public Schools since 2012, working as an assistant principal at West Oxford Elementary School, Butner-Stem Elementary School, and most recently at Butner-Stem Middle School.
Day-Heggie is a National Board Certified Teacher and holds an undergraduate degree from Longwood University, an MBA from Strayer University, an MSA from N.C. State University, and is currently seeking her doctoral degree from Walden University.
“We are extremely excited about this new role for Ms. Day-Heggie, and look forward to working with her as she leads this school toward higher academic performance,” Superintendent Alisa McLean said. “We are confident that her leadership will make a significant difference in making sure BSES is on the move! Go Bulldogs!”