Alexander named new principal of Pee Dee Math, Science and Technology Academy | News
Sabina Alexander has been chosen to lead Pee Dee Math, Science and Technology Academy (PDMSTA) beginning in the 2013-2014 school year. Ms. Alexander comes to PDMSTA from Ben Hill County School District in Georgia where she has served as an Administrator since 2012. Ms. Alexander will begin at PDMSTA on July 1st, 2013.
“I am honored to serve as the new principal of Pee Dee Math, Science and Technology Academy. Together with the Program Director, Keith Bailey, and the rest of the school board; we are committed to establishing a new and exciting program which incorporates <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) concepts across all curriculum areas,” Sabina Alexander said.
A native of North Carolina and a Summa Cum Laude graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Ms. Alexander received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. In addition, she earned both her Master and Specialist Leadership degrees from Mercer University. Further, Ms. Alexander has more than a decade of successful educational work experience in elementary, middle and high school. Finally, she possesses a very strong background in science, technology and math, which includes experience as a senior laboratory clinician with publications for her research.
“We believe Ms. Alexander is the right fit for the academy. We are very much looking forward to having her on board,” remarked Keith Bailey, Program Director.
Ms. Alexander most recently served as an Assistant Principal and wrote and received funding for a major Title I grant for the Ben Hill County School District. She has been active in both the Georgia and National Science Teacher Associations. Further, Ms. Alexander is an educator with experience in mission-driven organizations, program development, teaching and learning. She has also been nominated as Teacher of the Year.
Outside of school, her interests include community service, serving in church, reading, writing and working with children and women in need. Ms. Alexander is relocating to the area from Georgia with her family and is eager to become an active member of the Lee County community.