The Lauderdale County School Board addressed reorganization during its Thursday meeting.
The board said it wanted to arrange administrative responsibilities to make them consistent across the district.
Superintendent Randy Hodges said there are many reasons why this is necessary.
"One example is us being held accountable for our new models the state department will implement next year," said Hodges. "Our progress monitoring, we'll be responsible for."
Hodges said, in some case, assistant principals will be moved up to principal positions.