Tue Jul 5, 2022

Speakers push back on proposed CMS principal move 

With a meeting room filled with concerned community members behind him, Andy Anderson addresses the Whiteville City Board of Education at its Monday meeting about a proposed personnel change for Central Middle School Principal April Corbett. Staff photo by Joseph Williams

“Will we serve or will we rule?”

That pointed question, directed to the Whiteville City Schools Board of Education, was how Andy Anderson chose to conclude his public remarks on a controversial potential principal reassignment.

At Monday’s regularly scheduled board meeting, dozens of Black concerned citizens crowded into the

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