Donevin Hoskins, a former Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools administrator now working in Guilford County, was named principal of West Charlotte High on Tuesday.
Hoskins, who has been with Guilford County Schools since 2013, is no stranger to CMS. He served as principal of International Business and Communications at Olympic High School from 2008 to 2010. Prior to that, he was an area administrator for the West Learning Community, as well as an assistant principal at Vance High and Waddell High. He has also worked in schools in Chicago, Georgia and Louisiana.
“I just want to take a moment to say thank you,” Hoskins said at Tuesday’s board meeting. “I’m excited to get on the ground and make the West Charlotte community proud.”