Ken Lynch named principal at Global High School

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Ken Lynch has been named interim principal of Global High School following Don Snook's resignation Monday, June 29.

WAXAHACHIE — Waxahachie ISD announced Monday that Ken Lynch will be the new principal of Waxahachie Global High School. WISD made Lynch interim principal in June following the resignation of Don Snook, who left for a position with West ISD.

Lynch has been an administrator at WISD since 2008, first as the assistant principal of Waxahachie Global High School and then as the assistant principal of Clift Elementary School.

Prior to joining WISD, Lynch was an assistant principal at Red Oak Junior High, and also has more than 15 years of teaching experience. Lynch received his master of education degree from Texas A&M Commerce University and his bachelor of science degree from Dallas Baptist University.

"We are so excited to have a beloved veteran Global High School administrator stepping into this role," Waxahachie ISD Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Glenn said in June following the announcement that Lynch would become the interim principal. "The students of Global High School will benefit from Mr. Lynch’s passion for STEM education. Mr. Lynch is more than prepared to lead Global and ensure its students continue to receive the highest quality education."

Global High School principal Don Snook resigned from his position on Monday, June 29 and will join West ISD as the principal of West High School.

"Our students have been fortunate to benefit from Mr. Snook’s expertise during his years with us. We are excited for the students of West ISD, who will surely reap these same benefits. Mr. Snook will be missed in Waxahachie ISD," Glenn said.