Posted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The Greenville County School Board has approved two new administrators to fill District-level leadership positions effective July 1.
Phillip Davie will assume responsibilities as Assistant Superintendent of Leadership for Middle Schools, and Susan Griffin will assume duties as Assistant Superintendent for Special Education Services.
Mr. Davie replaces Leroy Hamilton, who was recently named Interim Deputy Superintendent. Davie is currently serving as principal of Bryson Middle School, and has previous leadership experience as principal of James Island Middle School (Charleston, SC) and Fountain Inn Elementary School. He served as an assistant principal and math and science teacher prior to his principalships. Mr. Davie earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Jacksonville State University and a master’s degree in school administration from Clemson University.
Ms. Susan Griffin currently serves as Executive Director of Exceptional Children’s Programs for Guilford (NC) County Schools. She will begin her duties in June following Mary Smith’s retirement. Ms. Griffin has served in a variety of special education positions in North Carolina school districts, including RTI coordinator, instructional support coordinator, beginning teacher coordinator and recruitment specialist, transition specialist, and exceptional children’s teacher. Ms. Griffin earned a bachelor’s degree in science – special education from Appalachian State University and a master’s degree in school administration from Gardner Webb University.