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Principal: Jan Funderburk
Address: 2400 Dobbs Drive, Phenix City 36870
Central High School principal ...
Central High School principal Jan Funderburk said a student misbehaving during the ceremony in Phenix City could end up having to do some clean-up work around the school to get the diploma, but they are not penalized for the actions of guests.
While parents know what is expected of them, Funderburk said noise is expected at Centrals graduation.
When you have a ceremony in a football stadium like we do, with both sides filled, some people get the feeling that they are at a game, Funderburk
said Central leaves enough time between the calling of names to make sure everyones name may be heard.
Ledger-Enquirer | 06/09/2006 | Funderburk returns to Central High School
Jan Funderburk worked in Phenix City schools for 28 years.After 10 years as assistant principal at Opelika High School, Funderburk is coming back to Phenix City's Central High School as principal starting Monday.He
previously taught there for 21 years.The Phenix City School Board voted 5-0 Thursday to approve Funderburk, with board members Matt Shirleyand Rodney Walters absent and new board member Frankie Horace attending his first meeting after the Phenix City Council approved him Tuesday for the post.
...Funderburk, 60, of Phenix City, takes over from interim Principal David Wilson, who returns to the central office to resume director of auxiliary services duties for the district, and succeeds Carey East, who left the principal's post to assume duties in the central office after Assistant Superintendent Carl Jeff Adams died.
will lead a school with about 1,400 students and supervise about 135 employees, including three assistant principals.
"I've said if the Central High job came open, I would consider it," Funderburk
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Central High Principal Jan Funderburk has served forty years in education and says Skyping has made things easier.
Funderburk added, "Well like I said, it makes it somewhat easier to communicate with people to being able to see them.