ECTOR COUNTY, Texas (Local 2/Fox 24) - The Principals at Permian and Odessa High Schools will be reassigned at the end of the school year, according to Ector County ISD spokesperson Mike Adkins.
Adkins says the decision, made by Superintendent Tom Crowe to reassign both James Ramage of Permian High School, and Gregory Nelson of Odessa High School.
Both principals will finish the school year at their current campuses, and the district says they are not being fired.
ECISD officials telling Local 2/Fox 24 the moves comes because of academic short-comings at their schools during the time they've been in charge.
The district says they will look for replacements in and outside of the school district.
District officials saying the reassignment decision was not easy, but they feel it is necessary.
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