Posted: Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Thirteen Greenville County Schools educators recently completed the Aspiring Principal Institute (API), a year-long program of study involving more than 50 hours of instruction, skill development, leadership shadowing, small group book studies, and mentoring by district leaders.

The purpose of API is to provide professional growth and leadership development opportunities for aspiring principals with a focus on instructional leadership, effective management, and communication.

Program coordinators are Mrs. Brenda Byrd, Mrs. Karen Kapp, Dr. Michelle Meekins, Dr. Megan Mitchell-Hoefer, Dr. David McDonald, and Mr. Scott Rhymer.

2018-19 API Graduates
  • Allison Peake, Berea High School
  • Andrew Baker, Travelers Rest High School
  • Tracy Burns, Dr. Phinnize J. Fisher Middle School
  • Metris Cain, Tanglewood Middle School
  • Matthew Critell,  Dr. Phinnize J. Fisher Middle School
  • Corey Ehlenbach, Blythe Elementary Academy
  • Marleen Hygema, AJ Whittenberg Elementary School
  • Danielle Lee, Duncan Chapel Elementary School
  • Erin McCauley, Brushy Creek Elementary School
  • Melissa Patterson, Woodmont High School
  • Joshua Rice, Chandler Creek Elementary School
  • Nurit' Sexton, Woodland Elementary School
  • Cyndi Williams, Plain Elementary School
13 GCS Educators Complete Aspiring Principal Institute
2018-19 API Graduates

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