Bullock Co. High School Principal on Administrative Leave

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By Sarah Cantey

 Bullock County High Schoolers return to school without their principal. 

 
The superintendent and board placed Principal Undrea Johnson on paid administrative leave, during an investigation looking at disciplinary procedures. 
What the accusations entail will not be released, but the investigation is not criminal. 
 
The superintendent says concerns were raised by some teachers and parents. They are looking at how disciplinary incidents are handled to make sure students are given due process. 
 
John Gardner, a Bullock County School System parent said, "It worries us but we have to put trust in the school board you know to do the right thing and get somebody to take his place or put him back in his place and let him do his job." 
 
A hearing with Undrea Johnson and the board is scheduled for January 16th. The assistant principal at the high school and a retired middle school principal are taking over while Johnson is on leave. 




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