A Heritage High School career tech teacher has been named the school's new assistant principal.

The Lynchburg City School Board approved career tech teacher Jason Clark's move to assistant principal during its meeting Tuesday.

Clark has served as the instructor for video technology at the high school since 2018. From 1994 to 2007, Clark also taught at Heritage as a career and technical education teacher. 

Clark served as summer school principal for Appomattox County High School in 2017, according to a news release from Lynchburg City Schools. 

In 2017, Clark received a degree in K-12 administration and supervision from Longwood University, and received a master of education in differentiated curriculum and instruction from Sweet Briar College in 2006, according to the release.

Clark received an endorsement in technology education printing from Appalachian State University in 1994, according to the release. 

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Liz Ramos covers K-12 education for The News & Advance. Reach her at (434)385-5532.

Liz Ramos covers K-12 education for The News & Advance. Reach her at (434) 385-5532.

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