Education

April 4, 2013 8:12 PM

Former principal's employment with Beaufort County School District still in limbo

The Beaufort County School District says state law compelled it to renew the contract of former middle school principal Phillip Shaw, who has been on paid leave since early November. Shaw was offered a contract for the next school year but must first settle "unresolved personnel issues."

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