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Cynthia Robinson (CAGS ’11), who has served as interim principal at Castle Heights Middle School, has been promoted to her first principalship. The announcement was made by superintendent-elect Dr. Bill Cook. Robinson began her teaching career in Rock Hill as a family and consumer sciences teacher at Castle Heights in 1993. In 2005, she moved to South Pointe High School where she served in the same capacity for 6 years. Robinson returned to Castle Heights in 2011 as an assistant principal, a role she held until February when she was named interim principal. She has twice been named a school level Teacher of the Year. In 2003, at Castle Heights, and in 2009 at South Pointe, Robinson was recognized by her colleagues as Teacher of the Year. She holds a bachelor of science degree from Winthrop University, a master’s degree from Columbia College and an education specialist degree from Cambridge College.
Kenneth Lott
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Kenneth Lott (CAGS ’13) will be the new director of the Aiken County Career and Technology Center starting in July. Lott currently is the program specialist for Career, Technical and Agricultural Education for the Richmond County School System, a position he has held since 2016. Before his current position, Lott was an assistant principal at Langford Middle School in Augusta and was leader of the school’s summer educational programs. He also was a summer school administrator and lead teacher at the Academy of Richmond County, in addition to teaching experience at A.R. Johnson Health, Science and Engineering Magnet School and East Augusta Middle School (currently Hornsby K-8 School). His business experience includes work as a cost analyst and project assistant and production operator for the Kimberly-Clark Corporation. He also has nearly a decade of military experience as an automated logistical specialist for the S.C. Army National Guard. “I am very excited to have this opportunity,” Lott said. “For me it is like the best of both worlds. You have the opportunity to be a building administrator and have that interaction with students and staff, while also helping to shape our future workforce and oversee one of the most critical components in education, and that is career development. It is really about ensuring that we are preparing our students for life beyond high school.”