Karen Hall named East Region Assistant Principal of the year by TNASSP

We are so excited to announce that Karen Hall has been selected as the East Region Assistant Principal of the year by the Tennessee Association of Secondary School Principals (TNASSP)

Mrs. Hall has more than 25 years of professional teaching experience. She currently serves as the 9th Grade Assistant Principal. 

Mrs. Hall is a 1990 graduate of Cleveland High School. She was inducted into the Cleveland High Alumni Hall of Fame in 2014. She received a full scholarship to the University of Tennessee Knoxville to be a manager for Pat Summitt and the Lady Vols.

A 1994 graduate of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Mrs. Hall obtained her Master of Arts in Teaching from Carson-Newman in 1996, as well as a Masters +45 from Lincoln Memorial University.

“It’s easy to pour your heart and soul into your job when surrounded by the incredible faculty and staff at Cleveland High School,” Hall said. “There is no other place like CHS and I’m honored to work with our students each day.”

Principal Pritchard describes her as a true Blue Raider. 

“Cleveland High School is so very proud of Karen Hall. Her integrity, character, values, and undying support for her school make her the perfect choice for being named the East Region Assistant Principal of the Year by TNASSP,” said CHS Principal Bob Pritchard.  

Congratulations to Mrs. Hall on this incredible honor! Thank you for your continued dedication and passion toward our students and community in Cleveland!