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A day in the life of a Walnut Grove High School administrator

Posted: Saturday, March 17, 2018 12:00 am

Typically, Dr. Carole Hicks, a Walnut Grove High School assistant principal, starts off her day with hall duty at 6:55 AM, and ends school at 2:40 PM. But this is the only thing typical about her day. Hicks is a 24-year veteran Walton County school administrator. A brief overview of her job would include, “leadership, management, and building relationships.” But there is way more to her job than this. When Hicks is not monitoring students, she is typically in her office working to make the WGHS school day positive, safer and an overall better experience.

As an administrator, her primary duty is to prepare class schedules at the school. She also handles disciplinary situations with students whose last names start with A through D. A few of these students need extra attention, which she is happy to give.

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