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Camp Road Middle to welcome new principal for 2022-2023 school year

Charleston County School District (CCSD) is proud to announce and welcome Jaclyn Rowehl as the principal at Camp Road Middle School. Rowehl joins the district from Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) in Tampa, FL where she has served as assistant principal at Turkey Creek Middle School. Camp Road Interim Principal David Parler retired at the conclusion of the 2021-2022 school year.

Roewhl entered the field of education in 2006 as a social studies teacher at Bartels Middle School in HCPS. Over the next six years, Rowehl grew in her career, serving as a teacher, curriculum trainer and writer, and consultant for HCPS middle schools, and eventually serving as Social Studies Subject Area Leader at fellow HCPS Barrington Middle School.

In 2013, Rowehl joined Turkey Creek Middle School as assistant principal. In her role as assistant principal, Rowehl initiated, implemented, and monitored instructional practices, teacher observations, and district curriculum and assessments daily. Additionally, she managed master scheduling, held weekly collaboratives with department heads within her school, and coached teachers on how to analyze formative classroom data and boost student engagement in an effort to increase student mastery of concepts and achievement. During her tenure as an assistant principal, Rowehl served at both Turkey Creek Middle School and HCPS’ Tinker K-8 School over the last nine years.

Rowehl earned a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education in Social Science from the University of Tampa in Tampa, FL. She also holds a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Tampa and an Educational Leadership Certification from Saint Leo University in Saint Leo, FL. Rowehl brings a wealth of leadership experience and training with her having completed Hillsborough County’s Principal Pipeline, Future Leaders Academy, Assistant Principal Induction Program, and Preparing New Principals Program.