Brushy Creek ES Principal Among Greenville’s “Best and Brightest”
Charles T. Davis, Jr., Interim Principal of Brushy Creek Elementary School, has earned a spot on Greenville Business Magazine’s “Best and Brightest 35 and Under” list. Greenville Business Magazine and Greenville First Bank annually recognize the contributions of 35 community leaders who not only have impressive careers, but also actively participate in volunteer service. Mr. Davis will be recognized at an awards event on September 18.
As a school principal, Charles is responsible for supervising teachers and ensuring the success of all students. His duties include evaluating teachers and staff, facilitating and supervising the academic achievement of all students, and maintaining positive relationships with parents and students. He has been a workshop presenter and focus group planner for the GCS Assistant Principals’ Institute, member of the South Carolina Association of School Administrators, participant in the U.S. Secretary of Education’s 2010 National Roundtable Discussion, and a participant in TEACH.GOV, a national initiative to raise awareness of the teaching profession.
Greenville County Schools has two previous recipients: Woodmont High Drama Teacher Will Ragland and Berea Middle Sixth Grade Teacher Kathy Hopkins.
(From Greenville Magazine, September 2012 Issue)