Landrum Middle School names new assistant principal

Published 9:30 pm Friday, March 24, 2017

Spartanburg School District One Board of Trustees named Kendall Moseley as assistant principal of Landrum Middle School at the March 13 board meeting. Moseley will be replacing Julie Settle, who is retiring from Landrum Middle on July 1. 

Kendall Moseley

Moseley is currently a science teacher at Chapman High School and has been a part of District One for five years. Tucker Hamrick, principal at Landrum Middle School, says that Moseley will be a great addition. Hamrick said, “Moseley will bring an enthusiasm for student achievement that will help propel students to great heights. Moseley is an educator that values the whole student from academics to arts to athletics. Moseley is intent on creating students that will be leaders in their community.”

Moseley is excited about this new opportunity to better serve students in District One through her administrative role. “I am so happy to be given this opportunity to continue to serve the students and teachers in District One,” stated Moseley.

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Moseley holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and secondary education from the University of South Carolina and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Queens University of Charlotte. Moseley and her husband Travis currently reside in Landrum with their two children.     

article submitted by Sandra Williams