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home : community : education June 27, 2022

6/15/2022 7:02:00 AM
New Assistant Principals
TOP ROW: Brett Bowen - Catawba Springs Elementary 
                Jason Cranford - North Lincoln High School 
                Stephanie Dellinger - GE Massey Elementary 
                Pamela Hoffman - Love Memorial Elementary 
BOTTOM ROW:
                Lee Rice - North Lincoln High School 
                Sara Rowe - Lincolnton Middle School 
                Josh Van Eseltine - East Lincoln High School
TOP ROW: Brett Bowen - Catawba Springs Elementary 
                Jason Cranford - North Lincoln High School 
                Stephanie Dellinger - GE Massey Elementary 
                Pamela Hoffman - Love Memorial Elementary 
BOTTOM ROW:
                Lee Rice - North Lincoln High School 
                Sara Rowe - Lincolnton Middle School 
                Josh Van Eseltine - East Lincoln High School

Lincoln County Schools
Press Release


At their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening (June 14th) the Lincoln County Board of Education approved seven new Assistant Principal appointments for the coming school year. 

Brett Bowen was named Assistant Principal at Catawba Springs Elementary School.  Bowen received his undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University and his Master’s in School Administration from UNC-Greensboro.  He has taught middle and high school in both Gaston and Lincoln Counties, and most recently finished his administrative internship at St. James Elementary School. 

Jason Cranford was named Assistant Principal at North Lincoln High School.  Cranford received both his undergraduate degree and Master’s in School Administration from UNC-Charlotte.  A Principal Fellow, he most recently served as Assistant Principal at Catawba Springs Elementary and before that served as an Assistant Principal at North Lincoln Middle.

Stephanie Dellinger was named Assistant Principal at G.E. Massey Elementary.  Mrs. Dellinger received her Bachelor of Arts degree from UNC-Charlotte.  In addition, she received her teaching certification and Master’s in School Administration from Appalachian State University.  Mrs. Dellinger began her career teaching technology at Lincolnton Middle School.  She has since been the Assistant Principal at North Brook Elementary, Iron Station Elementary, St. James Elementary, and East Lincoln High School.

Pamela Hoffman was named Assistant Principal at Love Memorial Elementary.  Mrs. Hoffman received her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, Master of Education in Reading, and School Administration Licensure from UNC-Charlotte.  She taught in grades 3 and 4 at Union Elementary for 17 years, and has worked the last five years as Assistant Principal at Lincolnton Middle School.

Lee Rice was named Assistant Principal at North Lincoln High School.  Ms. Rice earned a Communication Degree from Wake Forest, then attained her teaching license from Queens College.  After teaching both fifth and sixth grade, she entered the Principal Fellows Program at UNC-Charlotte and became an administrator.  Ms. Rice  served as Assistant Principal at East Lincoln High, Catawba Springs Elementary, and most recently at Love Memorial Elementary School.

Sara Rowe was named Assistant Principal at Lincolnton Middle School.  Mrs. Rowe earned an Art Education Degree from Buffalo State College.  She began her teaching career in the Iredell-Statesville Schools, then transitioned to Catawba County Schools in 2013.  Rowe is a National Board Certified Teacher, and will earn her Master’s in School Administration at Appalachian State University in August.

Josh Van Eseltine was named  Assistant Principal at East Lincoln High School.  Van Eseltine’s 13 years in education began as a special education teacher and math teacher at Hickory Ridge Middle School in Cabarrus County and he also served as a high school math teacher at Bandys High School in Catawba County.  He completed his undergraduate degree at UNC-Charlotte and Master’s in School Administration and Supervision at the University of Phoenix.

The 2022-2023 school year will begin with the first day of school for students on August 29th.  

 



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