Schenck head of school to retire next year
by Staff Reports
02:24 PM, Monday, September 15
The Schenck School in Sandy Springs Tuesday announced the retirement of Head of School Gena Calloway, effective at the end of the 2014-15 academic year. Since taking the leadership helm in 2000, Calloway has remained steadfast to the school’s visi...

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