Former Noblesville High School principal now state rep



State Rep. Dr. Tony Cook (R-Cicero) was sworn in Dec. 23 by Indiana Supreme Court Justice Loretta Rush as the newest member of the 119th General Assembly. Cook was principal of Noblesville High School for seven years before becoming superintendent of Hamilton Heights School Corporation.

“I am humbled by the opportunity to serve my community in this new capacity,” Cook stated. “I bring 40 years of education experience, and I look forward to working with my colleagues at the Statehouse to ensure that Indiana is the best state in America to live and raise a family.”
Cook’s education tenure includes 25 years serving in various leadership capacities at Hamilton Heights. He will serve House District 32, which consists of all of Tipton County and portions of Howard, Grant, Madison, Delaware and Hamilton counties. He was joined at the ceremony by his family.
“I am confident in the abilities of each of these leaders, and I know they are all eager to begin their work,” stated House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis).

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