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Greenwood 4th area high school to name new leader in 2 years




The leader of Greenwood Community High School is retiring, but students and teachers will still see a familiar face in the front office when they return to school this fall.

Jim Kaylor is retiring at the end of the school year. He’s been the high school’s principal for the past 14 years and has been working in education for 38 years. Todd Garrison, who has known Kaylor for 17 years and who has been an assistant principal at Greenwood for nine years, will take over as the high school’s principal in the fall.

Greenwood will be the fourth area high school to name a new principal in two years; Center Grove and Whiteland Community High Schools both hired new principals last summer, and Franklin Community High School hired its principal two years ago.

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