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Fall 2017 SAT Tutoring

Thursday evenings, 5:15 – 6:15 PM
Dinwiddie High School, Room 157

September 21 and 28
October 5, 12, and 26
November 2

Mr. Tyler Southall, attorney for Dinwiddie County, will be offering a free SAT preparation class for Dinwiddie students.  Materials are included. To sign up or for more information, email Mr. Southall at tsouthall@dinwiddieva.us.

Aug. 2017: Sutherland Elementary School Assistant Principal Named

Dinwiddie, VA (Aug. 08, 2017)

Richard SpenceThe Dinwiddie County School Board has selected Mr. Richard Spence as the new Assistant Principal of Sutherland Elementary School. Mr. Spence brings 10 years of educational experience to the position of assistant principal.

Mr. Spence earned an Associate’s Degree in Arts and Science from John Tyler Community College, a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Master of Science in Exceptional Education from Virginia State University and a certificate in Educational Leadership from James Madison University.

Mr. Spence has worked at both the elementary and secondary levels as a special education teacher. For the past two years, Mr. Spence has served as Southside Elementary School’s Administrative Intern. Mr. Spence also has experience working in the private sector as a mental health provider and as a Communications Specialist while serving in the Virginia Army National Guard.

Mr. Spence will assume his new role as assistant principal at Sutherland Elementary School on August 14, 2017.

Editorial contact:

Dinwiddie County School Board
Bonnie Gholson
(804) 469-4190

Aug. 2017: Dinwiddie High School Assistant Principal Selected

Dinwiddie, VA (Aug. 08, 2017)

Marseille MaxeyThe Dinwiddie County School Board has selected Mr. Marseille Maxey as the new Assistant Principal of Dinwiddie High School. Mr. Marseille Maxey brings 14 years of experience to the position of assistant principal.

Mr. Maxey earned a Bachelor of Science in elementary education, Master of Education in Special Education, and an Educational Specialist degree in School Administration from Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan.

Mr. Maxey has a broad work history to include experiences at the elementary and high school levels. Prior to coming to Dinwiddie County Public Schools, Mr. Maxey served as a teacher of students with disabilities at a high school in Detroit Public Schools. Most recently, Mr. Maxey taught 5th grade at Southside Elementary School and was recognized by his colleagues as the Teacher of the Year for the 2016-2017 school year.

Mr. Maxey will assume the role as assistant principal at Dinwiddie High School on August 14, 2017.

Editorial contact:

Dinwiddie County School Board
Bonnie Gholson
(804) 469-4190

Aug. 2017: Southside Elementary School Principal Selected

Dinwiddie, VA (Aug. 08, 2017)

Charles MossThe Dinwiddie County School Board has selected Mr. Charles Moss as Principal of Southside Elementary School for the 2017-18 school year. Mr. Moss is replacing Tamara Oliver, who is retiring after 34 years of service in public education, the last three at Southside Elementary School in Dinwiddie County. Mr. Moss brings 22 years of educational experience to this position.

Mr. Moss earned a Bachelor of Arts in history and a NK-8 endorsement in elementary education from Longwood University as well as a Master’s Degree in Administration and Supervision from Old Dominion University.

Mr. Moss has work experiences at the elementary and middle school levels. Prior to coming to Dinwiddie County Public Schools in 2013, Mr. Moss worked at both levels, as a teacher and an administrator, in Louisa County and Spotsylvania Public Schools. Currently, Mr. Moss is the assistant principal at Sutherland Elementary School in Dinwiddie County.

Mr. Moss and his family reside in the North Dinwiddie community. He will assume his new role as principal at Southside Elementary School on August 14, 2017.

 

Editorial contact:

Dinwiddie County School Board
Bonnie Gholson
(804) 469-4190

Aug. 2017: Director of Exceptional Education Selected

Dinwiddie, VA (Aug. 08, 2017)

Pamela FieldsThe Dinwiddie County School Board has selected Ms. Pamela Fields as the Director of Exceptional Education. Ms. Pamela Fields brings 15 years of education experience to the position.

Ms. Fields earned a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management with an endorsement in Special Education from Saint Paul’s College. She earned a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Central Michigan University and a Master of Arts in Human Services from Liberty University. Ms. Fields received her endorsement in Administration and Supervision from Virginia State University where she is currently completing her doctoral studies.

Most recently, Ms. Fields served as the Coordinator of Special Education for Dinwiddie County Public Schools. Prior to becoming the coordinator, she served in the following capacities: middle school special education teacher, elementary special education teacher, homebound teacher, and educational diagnostician.

Ms. Fields will assume the role as director of exceptional education for Dinwiddie County Public Schools on August 14, 2017.

Editorial contact:

Dinwiddie County School Board
Bonnie Gholson
(804) 469-4190

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