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Sanders-Clyde Elementary loses principal

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Sanders-Clyde Elementary School will be looking for a new principal for the upcoming school year. Anthony Dixon notified the Charleston County School District on Wednesday that he will be leaving his job. Dixon accepted a position at the Berkeley County School District. 

A interim principal for Sanders-Clyde Elementary has not be announced at this time. 

The Charleston County School District gave the following statement:

"We wish Mr. Anthony Dixon all the best in his new position and sincerely thank him for his commitment to our students and their families. As leader of Sanders-Clyde, he played an instrumental role in helping to transform the culture of the school. His contributions will be missed."
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