A veteran educator has been selected as the next principal at Northside Middle School.
Dr. Tiffany Hall, who most recently served as principal at Leavelle McCampbell Middle School in the Aiken County School District, has been named to the top job at Northside. The hire was recommended by Lexington Two Superintendent Dr. Brenda Hafner and approved by the Board of Trustees this week.
Dr. Hall has nearly two decades of experience in education. Prior to her position at Leavelle McCampbell Middle, she served as an assistant principal at Jackson Middle School, also in the Aiken County School District, as well as at North Middle/High School and Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School, both in Orangeburg 5, and at Woodland High School in Dorchester 4.
She was a social studies instructional supervisor and fine arts liaison with Clover School District, and prior to that taught social studies at White Knoll High School in Lexington 1, St. James Middle School in Horry County School District, as well as at Mullins High School, where she started her teaching career in 2004. Dr. Hall received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Coastal Carolina University, M.Ed. from Grand Canyon University, and M.Ed. Specialist and doctoral degrees from the University of South Carolina.
“I am honored to join the Northside Middle School team,” Dr. Hall said. “What drew me to this position is the district’s unwavering commitment to being champions for children, as well as the rich history of excellence at Northside and Brookland-Cayce High School. I am excited to work collaboratively with our dedicated teachers, parents, and community partners to provide the best possible educational experiences and opportunities for our students.”
Dr. Hall will begin her new role on July 1.