Former NAHS principal backs out of the spotlight

June 8th, 2015     General News

In a story that has garnered national coverage, Jay Foster, former principal of New Albany High School today dropped all charges against four people he had removed from the Senatobia High School graduation. Charges of disturbing the peace had been lodged against the four, and warrants served. The warrants were issued for disturbing the peace by “celebrating excessively” at the graduation service. Foster is now Superintendent of Senatobia Schools.


Coverage of the incident:    “the Young Turks” site asks ” is this a racial issue?”

For the original story:  about the action against the family.





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