Snider brings 31+years to CCS as new interim Head of School

Concord Christian School Board announced Donald E. Snider Jr. has been named interim Head of School.

Snider is a lifetime Christian school educator with more than 31 years experience in both independent and church-sponsored schools.

Most recently, Snider led Christian Academy of Knoxville high school as principal for 16 years, and served a dual role, which included assistant Head of School duties, the past six years.

“Snider will continue to promote CCS preschool and KidzConnect in the local community as an excellent option for their children’s Christian education,” a CCS press release stated.

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Familiar face at the helm

Adorante promoted to principal at Farragut Intermediate

A familiar face is taking the helm at Farragut Intermediate School this coming school year.

Debbie Adorante, who has been with the school since 2007, has been promoted to principal.

“I’m very excited and also feel very honored to serve such a hard-working staff and to be part of a wonderful community with parents who are very involved and very supportive,” she said. “I’ve had some great mentors in this building who’ve inspired me, and I’m just excited about the opportunity that’s been given to me.

“I want to continue to focus on students, their achievements and growth,” she added. “(I want to) continue building and nurturing a positive culture. We want to believe in all students’ abilities.

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