Institutional Education Programs
SCHOOLS GET NEW PRINCIPAL
Posted: August 9, 2007
“I like this job because I have the opportunity to work with young men and help to make a difference in their lives,” said Tenney.
Tenney was formerly an assistant principal at Braxton County High School. He comes to OIEP with some experience. He taught reading at EMS previously.
The new principal has a Master’s degree in administration and a Masters in leadership studies.
“The job is challenging but I look forward to each day I come to work,” Tenney said