Hornbeck already at home in CHS role
It hasn’t taken long for CHS assistant principal Molly Hornbeck to get situated in her new position. “I’ve only been here for six months and already I just feel this overwhelming sense of family and community here,” she said.
Every student succeeding at center of Carnes’ day
Almost every answer Adriana Carnes gave to the list of a dozen or so “Meet The Team” questions she turned her attention to the kids. Her job is the same way, student-focused. “We are here to help kids, to guide them to be successful in academics and outside of school. That’s our biggest role,” she said.