Enloe's Gardner Named Wake County Principal Of Year
Posted October 10, 2003
RALEIGH, N.C. — The
Wake County Public School System
named Lloyd Gardner, principal of
Enloe High School
, its 2003 Principal of the Year in a ceremony at the Exploris Museum Thursday evening.
Gardner, principal of Enloe High School, was named Principal of the Year.
Gardner has been principal of Enloe High School since 1997. He also served as the school's assistant principal for six years and was a teacher at Fuquay-Varina High for five years.
While Gardner has been principal, Enloe has been recognized as the best magnet school in the nation by the Magnet Schools of America, ranked 42 among the Top 100 High Schools in the Nation by Newsweek magazine and named a Hallmark School of Excellence.
Camille Miller, assistant principal of Willow Springs Elementary in Willow Springs, was named the Assistant Principal of the Year.