By Karlniyah Hill and Jaquaris Tobias, News Writers

Pastor Simeon Moultrie was Principal for a Day on November 9, 2017

Moultrie came to Keenan because he thought it was a good school and a nice environment to be in. He also heard good things about Keenan from graduates and social media.

Moultrie and Mr. Vondre’ T. Whaley, Principal, went around the school to each classroom to observe and interact with teachers and the objects in the classroom that were related to what teachers were teaching the students. He also did lunch duties like any other administrator.

Moultrie asked Dr. Curtrell Rhodan, anatomy and physics teacher, about the fish aquarium; he also asked what was going inside the fish aquarium, what the temperature needed to be and when the fish were arriving.

“We are getting trout fish, the temperature must be 50 degrees Fahrenheit,” Rhodan said. “The fish will be here November 29.”

Moultrie seemed very enthusiastic about learning the ins and outs of the classes. He was sure the classes Keenan has are better than anything he ever had while he was in school.

Out of all the great things said about Moultrie, a few things stuck out the most.

“Moultrie would make an excellent principal because we see things the same way for the betterment of the students and the school,” Whaley said.

Throughout the day, walking around the school interacting with the teachers and students, he decided the school was doing a fantastic job.

“I wouldn’t change anything about the school or its rules and the way Mr. Whaley [keeps] the school,” Moultrie said. “Out of all the schools in the district, Keenan is number one.”