J. H. Rose Gets New Principal

Greenville's J. H. Rose High School has a new principal.

Charlie Langley will return to his alma mater, replacing Dr. George Frazier who will be retiring September 1st.

Langley began his teaching career in 1992 at Ayden Middle School and transferred the next fall to E. B. Aycock Middle School. In the fall of 1997, Langley was appointed assistant principal at J. H. Rose where he remained until 1999.

Langley was appointed to his first principal role at A. G. Cox Middle School beginning with the 1999-2000 school year and stayed until being transferred to C. M. Eppes Middle School in 2004. Also in 2004, Langley was named Pitt County Schools’ Principal of the Year.

At C. M. Eppes, current assistant principal Rebecca Beaulieu has been named principal.

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  • by Zac Rogerson on Sep 13, 2010 at 03:43 PM
    for all of those who want to sit here and talk about how bad rose is and how there is nothing but thugs then i would like you to look at it a little more closely rose had one of the highest scholarship money sums in north carolina I dont care how much you think just because we live next to KP which by the way has nothing to do with our test scores or academic success get your facts straight because we are and will always be one of the top schools in the state
  • by Miranda Location: Gville on Jul 26, 2010 at 03:56 PM
    To Dave: I will be a senior at rose, not all of us are "thugs". That includes me, and I for one am not a "thug". Very poor judgement.
  • by Mom Location: Greenville on Jul 12, 2010 at 01:59 PM
    Best news I have heard in ages. Maybe Rose will once again have an opportunity to return to its former status as a school where students who were willing to work could strive to achieve their goals with the support of the administration - a status it held some 10 years ago!!! Why did this take so long!! It is amazing that the downward spiral course this school has been on since the arrival of Dr Frazier has continued for so long. Hopefully things will change and the school board will look more carefully at the progress of students at a given school as a function of the staffing at that school and not try to redistrict their way out of poor performance at a given school. Moving students from high performing schools to lower performing schools to raise the average performance of lower performing schools without addressing students needs is truly a scary way to hide the problems in our schools.
  • by sad on Jul 12, 2010 at 01:34 PM
    Players are tired of the new coach.When you have a star running back,and he has had enough thats pretty sad.Not to mention these are good kids.Not your trouble makers.But you weep what you sew.He will have a long year!If someone does not do something soon.Hope Ron Butler will talk to some of the guys and get there thoughts on this.Not the guys still on the team,but the guys who have had it !!! Because the other guys know that with the starters gone they may get a chance to play.By the way i am just a fan,with a daughter there at school, not a player.
  • by to sad on Jul 10, 2010 at 08:15 AM
    why have the players quit?
  • by GBHB on Jul 10, 2010 at 07:18 AM
    South Lenoir just got a new principle too. Why the biased reporting WITN?
  • by sad Location: gville on Jul 8, 2010 at 02:23 PM
    I am glad for Rose. I wish we could have gotten him at Conley. We need to get rid of the one we have now. She really needs to be in the army. She already has the drill sergeant part down pat. You know it is bad when the teachers tell the students how bad they hate her.Kids are talking about leaving and going to PCC. And these are good kids, not thugs.We are talking about A & B students. They have had enough. Now we have a new football coach and 5 or 6 sr's have already quit. And these are starters.I guess it will be another long year. Hope these players can go play for Rose !!!!!!
  • by Outside City Limits on Jul 8, 2010 at 08:25 AM
    Why does Dr. Reep change principals around so frequently? Do these men and women want to move? And why do some schools keep the same principal for many years (Wintergreen)? Why does she never explain why she does this? I have friends that are principals in other districts and it is very seldom that someone is moved. In PCS it seems to be the norm.
  • by Oh thanks god on Jul 7, 2010 at 07:09 PM
    May i have your attention may have your attention please, it's a great day when you know you're kids are getting a principal that can keeps up with the goings on around him. Langley will be a nice to change to the halls of Rose.
  • by Parent Location: Greenville on Jul 7, 2010 at 06:42 PM
    It's a shame that most of the schools in Pitt County received a principal change this summer except for the school that really needs a change - A. G. Cox. Many of the issues at Cox could be taken care of if there was actually someone in charge and willing to take action. What a shame for our children.
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