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Hudson assistant principal tapped to lead Anclote High

HOLIDAY — Michelle Williams, an assistant principal at Hudson High School for the past six years, is the new principal of Anclote High School. She replaces Monica Ilse, who was recently promoted to a new district position of learning community executive director. Williams said she is excited to move to Anclote, a school that she said gave her a "very special" feeling. "It was just a place I felt I belong," Williams said.

Hudson assistant principal tapped to lead Anclote High 02/19/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 7:48pm]
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