Denise Watts, the newly appointed Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools area superintendent for Central Zone secondary schools, will be the speaker at this week’s Tuesday Morning Breakfast Forum.
Watts, former principal at Spaugh Middle School, is credited with leading changes that led to higher test scores there. She was named area superintendent to replace Curtis Carroll, who will become principal at Phillip O. Berry.
Nearly half of all African American and Hispanic school enrolled in CMS this fall will attend a school in one of the two Central zones.
IF YOU WANT TO GO:
DATE: Tuesday, July 27
TIME: 8 a.m.
PLACE: West Charlotte Recreation Center (2400 Kendall Drive, just down the hill from West Charlotte High School)