Liberty Memorial Central Middle School administrator to resign – The Lawrence Times

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Brent Burns, vice principal and athletic director of Liberty Memorial Central Middle School, is stepping down effective June 30, the district announced Wednesday.

Burns has worked at LMCMS for six years, according to the district press release, and this was his first year as deputy director. He previously taught social studies and completed an administrative internship during the 2020-21 school year, according to the statement.

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“I had the honor and privilege of teaching some of the brightest minds in the district,” Burns said in the statement. “My community connections will never be forgotten, and I look forward to seeing the students and families of Lawrence.”

“The staff treated me like family from my first day in the building, and I am fortunate to call many colleagues my friends. I wish the staff and students well, and remember: “Once a Mustang, always a Mustang”.

LMCMS principal Anne Hawks said in the statement that “Burns’ service-oriented approach to leadership will be missed by her LMCMS colleagues. We all wish him the best in his future endeavours. »

The district will evaluate the assistant manager/athletic director position along with other vacancies as part of its budget planning process, according to the release.

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Brent Burns, vice principal and athletic director of Liberty Memorial Central Middle School, is stepping down effective June 30, the district announced Wednesday.


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Martha K. Merrill