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Karnes City principal resigning to take position in George West
by Bain Serna
Jun 07, 2013 | 1707 views | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Karnes City High School Principal Tom Warlick addresses the graduating seniors during the graduation ceremony Friday night.
Bain Serna photo Karnes City High School Principal Tom Warlick addresses the graduating seniors during the graduation ceremony Friday night.
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KARNES CITY – After 15 years of teaching, coaching, and leadership at Karnes City High School (KCHS), Principal Tom Warlick has resigned from Karnes City ISD and will take on new opportunities at George West High School in George West. His resignation is effective June 30.

Of his 15 years at KCHS, Warlick has held various leadership roles, serving nine years as head football coach and athletic director, and the last two and-a-half years as high school principal.

“His teaching staff respects his high expectations, and his work ethic is exemplary,” said Superintendent Jeanette Winn of Warlick.

Warlick now moves on to take his experience, work ethic, and high expectations to George West ISD, where he will be the defensive coordinator of the George West Longhorns varsity football team, and also the head boys track coach, as well as teaching high school courses.

Warlick says that he is excited to get back into the realm of coaching and working closely in developing and encouraging student-athletes.

“It’s a great opportunity to go to George West,” said Warlick. “I’m excited about the opportunity. I’m getting back into coaching. I’ll be the defensive coordinator and head boys track coach. It’s a great opportunity for me and my family. The folks we met there have been outstanding.”

Warlick’s years at KCHS has seen him make bonds of friendships and be a positive influence in the different facets of education and athletics at Karnes City ISD.

“It’s been a great experience these last 15 years,” reflected Warlick. “I wouldn’t trade this experience for the world. The people and the friendships my family and I have been able to make here at Karnes City have been unbelievable. My time working with students here at Karnes City ISD has been great. We have many fond memories of Karnes City and looking back on it, those are the things we cherish most. The memories we have of kids being successful here and being a part of their lives is truly an honor.”
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