PARADISE (CBS13) — While the town of Paradise begins the process of rebuilding after the devastating Camp Fire, Paradise High School suffered another loss.

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Principal Loren Lighthall announced Monday that he is resigning as principal of Paradise High School because he has been unable to secure housing. Lighthall said he and his wife need to “provide a stable environment” for their seven children.

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Beginning July 1, Lighthall will be the principal at Hughson High School in Central California. The town of Hughson is east of Ceres.

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“Thank you for welcoming me and my family and letting us be a part of your lives. I have received amazing support from Michelle and the district office, parents, teachers, students, and the community. I will always bleed green and gold!” Lighthall said in a Facebook post on Monday.