Shannon Stein, Roger Hyatt to take interim roles at Lake Norman Charter
by Staff Writer
Stein has worked in education for more than 17 years and has spent the last 11 years as principal of Lake Norman Charter High School. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin in biology education, a master’s degree from Edgewood College in educational administration and certifications as a director for special education/pupil services and director of curriculum and instruction. Stein recently completed district administrator Ed.S. degree from Cardinal Stritch University.
She also has worked to plan and implement substance abuse prevention programs as an Alcohol and Other Drug Coordinator for the Baraboo School District, a Wisconsin district of more than 3,000 students. Her responsibilities as high school principal include teacher supervision, day-to-day operations, curriculum management, staff professional development and strategic planning. She has volunteered her time as a Lion’s Club member, middle school youth ministry leader, court appointed special advocate board member, Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Sauk County founding board member, Special Olympics volunteer, Barabo United Way business campaign manager and other activities.
Additionally, Roger Hyatt will serve as interim high school principal. He received a bachelor’s and master’s degree in science education from Appalachian State University and returned after many years of teaching to obtain principal certification. He continued his professional studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he received Ed. S. degree in school administration. Subsequent administrative experiences include working as a high school principal, finance officer, elementary school principal, testing coordinator and assistant superintendent for support services. Since retirement he has served as interim director of the Mitchell Community College Mooresville campus, interim superintendent of the Mooresville Graded School District and interim principal of Lake Norman Charter High School. He currently lives in Mooresville with his wife, Debbie Hyatt.