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Holland Says He Will Reapply For Principal Position

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ARDMORE, OK -- Ardmore's out-going high school principal has decided that he will reapply for the job, according to his attorney.     

Principal Kim Holland turned in his letter of resignation in November, and the superintendent accepted it last month.     

Recently however, he wrote another letter asking for the resignation to be withdrawn.

More than 200 people were on hand at this week's school board meeting as a show of support for the popular principal.

However the board turned down the appeal to rescind the resignation, citing board policy.

Holland's attorney Glen Burns says the application will be turned in early next week.