Indian Creek seeks to fill principal, assistant vacancies

With three weeks until school starts, Indian Creek is looking for two new leaders for the high school.

The new principal and assistant principal will join the school district’s new superintendent, who was hired in May. They will lead a staff of about 40 teachers and nearly 600 students, work to grow the school’s iPad program and create additional goals for students and staff, Superintendent Tim Edsell said.

Indian Creek is the second local high school to change principals before the upcoming school year. In the spring, Greenwood schools announced Jim Kaylor was retiring at the end of the school year and that he would be replaced by assistant principal Todd Garrison. Last summer, Center Grove and Whiteland Community high schools both hired new principals as well.

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