Davidson BOE names assistant principals
With a wealth of highly qualified, educational leaders to choose from in and around Davidson County, it’s easy to see why Superintendent Dr. Lory Morrow is thrilled about the newly appointed administrators who were recently announced in a special meeting called by the board on July, 24.
Two area educators will be stepping into the roles of assistant principals at various schools across the Thomasville area:
Lorrie Varner, a veteran teacher for over 20-plus years, will now serve as the new assistant principal at Fair Grove Elementary School.
“Working at the elementary level opens a new chapter in my life and I'm ready for this wonderful opportunity,” said Varner. “My dad was an elementary teacher for over 30 years, so I have always been part of a community of educators. I love to learn new things and serving as the assistant principal at Fair Grove will provide me with ample opportunities. Working together with Mr. DiBonaventura, I know we will have a very successful year.“
Heather Lohr will be leaving her post as a Brier Creek Elementary School lead teacher to join Pilot’s new principal, Steve Reynolds, as his assistant principal.
“I am excited to be working with such an incredible veteran educator like Mr. Reynolds,” Lohr said. “It is an honor to be chosen to be a part of Pilot’s family and work within the community where I live. Having started out as a teacher myself, I feel I have a good understanding of the ground support teachers need from an administrative standpoint. This area has been so good to me and I look forward to giving back in every way I can.”