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Introducing Assistant Principal Obenhaus

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Obenhaus at her new desk in the Administration Office. "I couldn't be happier with my change and the decision of becoming a Hebron Hawk!" Obenhaus said.

Allison Thornton, Staff Writer

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Assistant Principal Amy Obenhaus is the newest addition to the school’s administrative team. Born and raised in Carrollton, Obenhaus has a personal connection with the city she works in. She previously taught at Killian Middle School as an English teacher. Hoping to inspire students through education and artistic expression, Obenhaus will also oversee the Silver Wings, after the departure of former coach Diane Craig last spring. Get to know her a little better here.

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