Cass High School of Bartow County Schools will welcome a new assistant principal this fall, the district announced on Facebook Thursday.
Jennifer Suárez will join Assistant Principals Nicky Moore and Bill Johnson, and Principal Stephan Revard, according to the school’s website. She is an accomplished educator with 14 years of language teaching and mentorship experience.
“Mrs. Suárez brings a well-rounded educational background that includes experience in the Professional Learning Community process,” Revard said in the Facebook post. “She is dedicated to supporting the students and staff at Cass High School, and we are excited to welcome her to the Colonel Family.”
Suárez previously worked as a teacher leader and department chair in World Languages and English to Speakers of Other Languages (EOSL) for Cobb County Schools, according to the post. Before that, she worked at Kennesaw State University as Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) instructor for the Department of Inclusive Education.
Suárez is passionate about global education and hopes to use her experience to benefit the district and make connections with both students and families at Cass High School, the post states.
“As a Georgia native, I can say that everything is better in Bartow!,” Suárez said in the post. “From the beautiful scenery to the small-town welcome from every person I have encountered. I am excited about the opportunity to serve and be a part of this community.”