Quai Stevenson Named Assistant Principal of Vance-Providence Elementary School
Quai Stevenson, Assistant Principal Vance-Providence Elementary School
ORANGEBURG, S.C. – Orangeburg County School District (OCSD) is proud to announce the appointment of Mrs. Quai Stevenson as the new Assistant Principal of Vance-Providence Elementary School. Ms. Stevenson brings a wealth of experience and a strong dedication to academic excellence, having previously served as the school counselor at Vance-Providence Elementary School.
With an impressive educational background and a passion for nurturing student success, Stevenson is the perfect fit to take on this new leadership role at Vance-Providence Elementary. Her appointment signifies a significant step towards ensuring a thriving learning environment for all students.
Stevenson's journey in education has been marked by remarkable achievements and continuous pursuit of knowledge. Her academic pursuits began at Newberry College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She also holds a Master of Education in Counseling Education degree, and a Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling, both from South Carolina State University.
Stevenson was an integral part of the inaugural cohort of the prestigious Orangeburg Leadership Academy. This program is designed to cultivate exemplary leaders in the education sector, and Ms. Stevenson's participation reflects her commitment to continuous growth and improvement in her profession.
"I am delighted to welcome Quai Stevenson as our new Assistant Principal. Her unwavering dedication to our school community and her extensive experience as a school counselor make her the perfect fit for this role. I have no doubt that Mrs. Stevenson will continue to inspire our students and staff to achieve greatness,” said Ms. LaTonya Durant, Principal of Vance-Providence Elementary School.
The Orangeburg County School District is confident that Ms. Stevenson's expertise, combined with her passion for education, will greatly contribute to the continued success of Vance-Providence Elementary School.