Kalley Baxter-Williams appointed as Sandys middle school principal
An experienced educator has been appointed as the principal of a school where she held the position on an acting basis for about three years.
The Sandys Secondary Middle School Board of Governors announced that Kalley Baxter-Williams will fill the role permanently.
A spokeswoman said: “As principal, Mrs Baxter-Williams will continue to be responsible for the overall management and administration of Sandys.
“The appointment was unanimously welcomed by the board as her hard work and dedication has not gone unnoticed.
“We look forward to collaborating further with Mrs Baxter-Williams as she strives to achieve goals to educate, motivate and empower our young people at Sandys.”
The spokeswoman added: “Mrs Baxter-Williams has been acting principal of Sandys since 2019 and has continued to exemplify her passion for the students, staff and the school.
“She has been a member of the Sandys family since 1997 and has held key teaching roles such as team leader and deputy principal during her tenure.
“She has a bachelor of arts degree in middle grades education and a master’s degree in educational leadership and administration along with a wealth of experience in Bermuda’s public school system.”