Schools Fill Posts
The Prince William County School Board recently appointed a principal, an art supervisor and five assistant principals.
Karen Poindexter was appointed principal of Godwin Middle School, where she had been an assistant principal since 1987.
Poindexter joined the Prince William County school system in 1969 as a health, physical education and driver education teacher at Stonewall Jackson High School.
Flavius Hall Jr. was named supervisor of art education. Hall has been an art teacher since 1974 in the county school system, where he also taught gifted and talented art students. He will replace Gary Divecchia, who retired this year.
Marie Bowe, of the Gordon Adult Education Center in Washington, was appointed an assistant principal at Springwoods Elementary School. She was summer school principal/coordinator with the Associates for Renewal in Education in Washington from 1982 to 1989.
Cynthia Freund will become an assistant principal at Gar-Field High School. Freund has served as a learning disabilities resource teacher at Stonewall Jackson High School since 1985.
Kara Davis-Gray was named an assistant principal at Springwoods Elementary School. Gray had taught learning disabled students at Brookfield Elementary School since 1981.
Alan Ross, a health and physical education teacher at Woodbridge High School, was appointed assistant principal at that school. He has been at Woodbridge since 1978, served as acting assistant principal from October 1986 to April 1987 and was a 1990 summer school principal.
William Stephens III, a health and physical education teacher at Potomac High School, was named an assistant principal at Gar-Field High. Stephens has taught at Godwin Middle, Dumfries and Triangle elementary schools. He had worked at Potomac since 1980.
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