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Royston Maxwell Lyttle, a school administrator, is the new principal of Eagle Academy Public Charter School at Capitol Riverfront, the school announced last week. Lyttle has worked for the school since 2006.
In addition to its Capitol Riverfront campus at 1017 New Jersey Ave. SE, Eagle Academy has a location in Congress Heights. Both of the campuses serve students in preschool to third grade.
Lyttle has held positions including summer school principal, vice principal and interim principal at Eagle Academy.
He succeeds Nicole Walker, who served as principal at the Capitol Riverfront campus for two years.
Lyttle wasn’t immediately available to comment. But a news release issued by Eagle Academy said he “strongly believes that all students should be provided a high quality education and all students can learn at high rates no matter their social or economic background.”
Photo via Eagle Academy Public Charter School