ē New principal at WCHS: Thomson native to lead schools
By Wayne Parham

With the return of school following the Christmas break, Thomson native Trevor Roberson moved into the role of principal at Warren County High School. Prior to the break, he was an assistant principal at Thomson-McDuffie Middle School. Photo by Wayne Parham.

Trevor Robersonís career transitioned over the Christmas holidays. For many years he was an assistant principal at Thomson-McDuffie Middle School. Now the Thomson native is principal at Warren County High School.
Last week he assumed the new post, which makes him responsible for both the high school and the middle school in Warren County. He is planning to observe teachers in their classrooms and learn just what he has at his disposal in the new school.
ďIím enjoying it and Iím looking forward to doing it for a long time,Ē said Roberson.
The 1988 Thomson High School graduate is a second-generation principal and a fifth-generation teacher.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., Jan. 9, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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