Following the departure of Dr. Duke Bradley, Fulton County Schools has announced that Dr. Jason Stamper will take the reigns at Banneker High School as its new principal. Stamper was most recently principal at Woodland Middle.
Parents and the community are invited to get to know Dr. Stamper at a meet and greet at Banneker today, November 18. The one-hour event will begin at 6:00 p.m.
Dr. Stamper is a native of Baltimore, Md. and a product
of the Baltimore City and Baltimore County School Systems. He received a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Morgan State University. While at the University of West Georgia, he earned master’s degree in business education and a doctorate in school improvement.
A significant portion of his 22-year career in education has been spent in Fulton County Schools. In addition to his five-year stint at Woodland Middle, he served in various roles at Tri-Cities High for more than 11 years. He’s also worked in Cobb County and Atlanta Public Schools, including serving as principal at Carver High School of Technology.
“I am extremely serious about and dedicated to quality student instruction, growth and achievement,” Dr. Stamper wrote in his bio on the school’s website. “It is my goal to create an enriched learning environment and school climate that engages and fosters boundless relationships with each student and family.”
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