MCA Principal Wolski to become principal at
Lincoln County High School; Willis to become MCA principal for 2020-2021 school year
Announcement by the McIntosh County School System
The McIntosh County School System would like to announce that Dr. Chris Wolski has been selected as the new principal at Lincoln County High School in Lincolnton, Ga., for the start of the next school year and that Mr. Todd Willis will assume the role of principal at McIntosh County Academy (MCA), effective July 1, 2020.
Dr. Wolski will complete his third full year as the principal at MCA upon the conclusion of this school year. During that time, Dr. Wolski has been a true stabilizing force for the school and the community. Mr. Willis currently serves as the Assistant Principal and the Director of Career, Technical, and Agriculture Education (CTAE) at MCA and has for the past three years.
Dr. Jim Pulos, Superintendent of McIntosh Schools, stated, “Dr. Wolski will be missed by this community and will do an amazing job for the students in Lincoln. We wish him the best with his next career opportunity.”
Pulos also stated, “Mr. Willis brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the building leadership position and we are fortunate to have someone of his caliber ready to step up to this all-important task for our students and community.”
Mr. Willis has previously held the positions of high school teacher, department chair, athletic director, coach of various sports, and assistant principal. He has over 14 years of combined administrative experience at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Missy Brigman, Chair, McIntosh School Board, stated, “Mr. Willis is respected by his peers and community, and will be a true asset who will help improve the graduation rate at MCA and prepare our students for college/career after high school.”
Dr. Wolski and Mr. Willis will spend the next few months transitioning to their new roles.