Posted: Monday, May 8, 2017

Pictured L to R, Bottom to Top: Patrick Jarrett, Andreya Boggs, Jennifer Woody, Joseph Stowe. Todd Stafford, Jay Freeman, Jacob Tuttle, Jordan Finlay. James Sharpless, Andy Laye. Damon Qualls, Edward Anderson, Matt Irvin, David Goff, Nathan Deese.Fifteen Greenville County Schools educators recently completed the Assistant Principal Institute (API), a year-long program of study involving more than 20 hours of professional development classes, online dialogues, book studies, and small group discussions.

The goal of API is to provide quality professional growth and leadership development opportunities for GCS assistant principals and administrative assistants with a focus on instructional leadership, operational management, finance, communication, and student achievement. Program coordinators are Mrs. Brenda Byrd, Mr. Phillip Davie, Ms. Patty Fox, Dr. Michelle Meekins, and Dr. Ken Peake.

2016-17 API Graduates

  • Edward Anderson, Tanglewood Middle School
  • Andreya Boggs, Welcome Elementary School
  • Nathan Deese, Ellen Woodside Elementary School
  • Jordan Finlay, Mauldin Middle School
  • Jay Freeman, Hillcrest High School
  • David Goff, Ralph Chandler Middle School
  • Matt Irvin, Riverside High School
  • Patrick Jarrett, Mauldin High School
  • Andy Laye, Donaldson Career Center
  • Damon Qualls, Berea Middle School
  • James Sharpless, Greenville Sr. High Academy
  • Todd Stafford, Greer High School
  • Joseph Stowe, Taylors Elementary School
  • Jacob Tuttle, Greenville Sr. High Academy
  • Jennifer Woody, Beck Middle Academy

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