After 28 years, a Roanoke City Schools administrator has decided to retire.
Connie Ratcliffe, the principal at Patrick Henry High School, will retire at the end of the school year.
Ratcliffe worked for the school division for 28 years, and spent the past six years as principal at Patrick Henry High School.
According to a story posted on the Roanoke City Schools website Ratcliffe’s accomplishments include opening the new Patrick Henry High School, expanding the fine arts program, offering more AP classes, and having PH on Newsweek’s Best High School list.
Ratcliffe plants to play a little golf and travel in retirement. SHe also plans to work part-time for the school system.
“I may be gone but I will always have Patriot Pride,” Ratcliffe said.