Phone: (803) 854-9213
Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. Sean E. Glover
My journey into the world of education was ironically developed due to the events that occurred during my senior year in high school. As a student-athlete at Calhoun County High School, I faced one of the most difficult things that a student can face, during what should have been the most exciting time in one’s life. I accepted a full scholarship to “Indiana University” to continue my education. Unfortunately, once this occurred, several teachers and administrators who were there to give instruction and guidance while serving as role models did the opposite. During a time when they should have been supporting me, they ridiculed me and told me that, “I would not make it, I would never graduate, I was fooling myself, I would fail”. Those terms of endearment were my fuel to succeed.
My drive and passion for children were birthed through the trials that I had to overcome in order to have this great opportunity to teach, inspire and support the dreams of young people through education. My fear was for every Sean Glover who used situations like this to push beyond the glass ceiling, there were more who took those terms and allowed them to shatter their dreams. My work ethic and leadership skills as a student-athlete on and off the playing field allowed me the honor of being voted team captain during my Junior and Senior campaigns. These leadership characteristics were also recognized by various organizations in the greater Bloomington Community and the Big Ten Athletic Conference. As I entered into the role of professional educator, coach, and athletic administrator, these leadership skills continued to grow and transform. I was one of the youngest Head Football Coaches in the State of South Carolina at age 23. My principal had enough confidence in my leadership skills to trust that I could thrive as both a teacher and a coach at that age. Through my years as a teacher, coach, and athletic administrator, I have been blessed to assist many young people with career choices. Over the span of my career, I have been blessed to assist hundreds of student-athletes, gain full or partial financial grants and aid to further their education. I have also helped guide others toward careers in the military and the workforce.
Experiences gained in my career as a teacher, coach, department chairperson, and athletic director made for a smooth transition into the role of Assistant Principal. Being a collaborative leader in previous roles has given me an edge in building a cohesive staff. As an instructional leader, my role is to work with teachers daily to help our students attain the overall achievement of college or career readiness upon graduating. This is the fundamental goal embedded in the collaborative practices that I have embraced as an instructional leader. My personal story fuels my passion to see that “ALL” students receive the best possible education every day to reach their full potential. My goal is to make sure that students who dream are not confronted by dream killers as I was. Having the support of teachers, staff, and administration is a key component to students being successful and believing that they can achieve whatever DREAM they can dream of.
At Lake Marion High School EVERY student has a "WHY". Our goal is to find that "WHY" and develop it into their promise. I look forward to working with you on this journey of the "WHY". Go Gators!
Indiana University Bachelor of Science Kinesiology
United States Sports Academy Master of Sports Administration
University of Phoenix Master of Education School Administration
North Middle/High School: Physical Education/Science/Health Teacher, Coach Football and Girl's Basketball
W.J. Keenan High School: Physical Education Teacher, Head Football Coach/Assistant Track/Strength Coach Boy's Basketball
Elloree High School: Physical Education Teacher, Head Football/Track Coach
Lake Marion High School: Physical Education Teacher, Head Football Coach
Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School: Physical Education Teacher, Assistant Athletic Director/Assistant Head Football/ Head Wrestling Coach
Fairfield Central High School: Physical Education Teacher/Assistant Athletic Director/Administrative Assistant
Blythewood High School: Assistant Administrator
W.J. Keenan High School: Assistant Principal
Spring Valley High School: Assistant Principal
Lake Marion High School: Principal
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Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction
School Level Instructional Facilitator
Assistant Principal for Operations and Student Services
Administrative Assistant/Athletic Director
Director of Technology Center
Phone: (803) 854-9213
Degrees and Certifications:
Dr. Johnny Murdaugh
Dr. Johnny L Murdaugh, Jr was born and raised in Orangeburg, South Carolina and is a proud product of the Orangeburg County Schools system. He received his Bachelor’s degree from South Carolina State University, his Master’s at the University of Northern Illinois and his Doctorate from the University of Sarasota. Dr. Murdaugh has been in the teaching profession for the past 25 years and has served as a teacher, an Assistant Principal, a Curriculum Coordinator, a Principal, and a District Department Head. He is currently the Director of the Lake Marion Technology Center. He is married to Mrs. Christia Prioleau-Murdaugh and has two daughters, Sydney and Jahntia.
State Level Experience:
President of the Career and Technology Education Association (CTEA) a division of South Carolina Association of School Administrator (SCASA)
President of the South Carolina Association of Career and Technology Educators (SCACATE).
Served as a member of the South Carolina State Department of Education’s Career and Technology Education Advisory Board
Served as a member of the South Carolina Education and Business Summit Planning Committee
Local, Regional, and National Presentations:
Career and Technology Centers that Work National Conference,
National Blue Ribbon Schools Conference,
South Carolina Association of School Administrators,
South Carolina Education and Business Summit
South Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators.
The Governor’s Carolina Careers Award: Education Champion of the Year
A South Carolina Honorary State FAA Degree
The South Carolina Career and Technology Director of the Year
The South Carolina Outstanding Career and Technical Educator
Orangeburg 1000 Initiative
The Orangeburg Chapter of the NAACP
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, INC
Ms. Kimberley Glover
Mr. Maurice Oliver