By Mark C. Robinson
Wrangell Sentinel 

Counselor leaves after two years; tells school board turnover is a problem

 

April 24, 2024

Mark C. Robinson / Wrangell Sentinel

Julie Williams, who has decided to leave after two years as counselor at Wrangell schools, addressed the school board on April 15, advising that staff turnover is a problem for the district.

Julie Williams will step down as school counselor for the district at the end of the school term, after two years in the job.

It's the latest in several recent high-profile turnovers of key school district personnel.

Secondary school principal Jackie Hanson announced her decision in February not to renew her contract for the new school year, after one year on the job. She was the district's third middle/high school principal in the past three years.

Elementary school principal Ann Hilburn announced she is leaving the district after two years as principal and a year as special education teacher...



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