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Beloved teacher moves up after 23 years

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Longtime educator Tara Hayes smiles in front of her classroom door. She will embark on her journey as a new assistant principal at Hamilton Elementary.

On Friday, Oct. 17, we bid farewell to a staff member who was like family to us. Tara Hayes taught at Amos Alonzo Stagg High School for 23 years and has accepted a new position as an assistant principal at Hamilton Elementary.

Throughout her time at Stagg since the year 2000, Hayes created connections with every class she taught, treating each student as if they were her own. This created a warm environment, making her impact extend beyond the classroom. Hayes considers her classroom as her second home, as she has taught in that same room for over 16 years with many memorable memories.

In an interview, Hayes admitted feeling “scared and excited” about her new role as assistant principal, showcasing her eagerness for growth and challenge. This is something Hayes has given much thought to. “It’s going to be different not being around students,” Hayes has spent a great deal of time here at Stagg, and many students and staff will miss her.”

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