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Pace High looks to rename building in honor of longtime secretary

| Hansen Hasenberg
On Dec. 30, 2022, Pace High School unexpectedly lost a valuable long-time staff member and former student. Bridget Hall Head was a member of the first graduating class at Pace High School and an employee at the school for 24 years. Over the last two decades, she served as the principal’s secretary. Now the principal, Stephen Shell wants to honor her in a permanent way. On March 7, he attended the Santa Rosa County School Board meeting to request a building, currently known as Freedom Hall, be named for Head.
Stephen Shell, principal at Pace High School, speaks before the Santa Rosa County School Board Thursday, March 7. He attended the meeting to request a convening of the facilities name committee to look at renaming Freedom Hall to honor Bridget Hall Head, a longtime secretary at Pace High.


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