C.A. Gray Junior High Principal Thelma Jackson has put in her resignation and it's still unclear on why she was asked to step down.
When we covered this story last week, NAACP officials says the school asked her to resign after teachers at the school said she didn't have great communication and may have been too tough in some cases.
We reached out to the Superintendent of Colquitt County Schools Samuel Depaul who told FOX 31 he has no comment about the resignation, and says "people resign." He adds he is starting the process of looking for a new principal, and it could be someone already at C.A. Gray.
Vice chairman of the Board of Education for Colquitt County, Trudie Hill, said, "This is a personnel matter and we're not suppose to discuss that."
FOX 31 reached out to the President of the NAACP again who says she hasn't had a chance to talk to Dr. Jackson and there are still no answers.