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Jackson Elementary needs new principal

Jarrod Haneline left the position in recent weeks.
Jarrod Haneline, shown when he was named principal of Jackson Elementary School in 2018, has left that position. [MARLENE SOKOL  |  Times staff]
Jarrod Haneline, shown when he was named principal of Jackson Elementary School in 2018, has left that position. [MARLENE SOKOL | Times staff]
Published Dec. 10, 2019

PLANT CITY — One of Hillsborough County’s achievement schools is in search of a leader.

The school district is searching for a new principal for Stonewall Jackson Elementary in Plant City, to replace Jarrod Haneline.

Haneline joined the district in 2005 and was named principal of Jackson in 2018. Before that, he was principal of Bailey Elementary.

Under Haneline’s leadership, Jackson’s state grade improved last year from a D to a C.

The Times will expand this report as more information becomes available.

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