The principal of Owl Creek School has resigned, according to Fayetteville Public Schools.
Owl Creek School is the district’s only Pre-K through sixth grade campus.
The release states Superintendent Dr. Matthew Wendt has accepted the resignation of Stephanie Davis. Davis’ resignation will go into effect June 30. Davis has been the principal at Owl Creek since 2015.
“I am very proud of the great accomplishments you have achieved. I wish each one of you the best as you complete the rest of your school year with our amazing Owl Creek students,” Davis said in a statement to the school.
Davis said the resignation is due to family reasons. “I will be taking a leave of absence for the remainder of the year due to some serious family issues,” Davis wrote.
“We thank Ms. Davis for her service to the students, staff members, and community of Owl Creek and to Fayetteville Public Schools,” stated Dr. Wendt. “We wish her well during her leave of absence and as she moves forward in her career.”
The school will be led by Assistant Principals Chris Sputo and Brandon Craft for the remaining school weeks.
The district will now conduct a national search for the next principal at Owl Creek School.