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Tom Davis Named Somerset Assistant Superintendent of Instruction

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WESTOVER, Md.- The Somerset County Board of Education has approved Tom Davis to become the Assistant Superintendent of Instruction for the county. He will assume the position on August 25, 2014. 

According to a release from Somerset County Public Schools, Davis began his educational career as a mathematics teacher at Crisfield High School in 1988. He earned a Bachelor's of Science in Secondary Education, Mathematics from Penn State University, and a Master's of Science in Secondary Administration from the University of Scranton. After teaching mathematics at CHS, Woodson Middle School and Washington High School, Davis became the Vice Principal of Washington high school in 1994. In 1998, he was appointed the Principal of Crisfield High School a position he held for four years. 

Matriculating to the Worcester County Public School system in 2002, Davis held the positions of math teacher, Extended Day Administrator at Snow Hill High School, and Principal of Snow Hill Middle School. For the past eight years, he has served as the Principal of Snow Hill High school while taking on various leadership roles in Worcester County's new evaluation initiatives. At the state level, Mr. Davis represented Worcester County on a work team to examine and revise the Maryland Code of Conduct. He currently holds Maryland certification in Mathematics 5-12, Administrator I and II and Superintendent certification. 

Davis is excited to return to Somerset County “to once again work beside so many outstanding educators.” He said, “I am determined to provide the parents, students and educational professionals of Somerset County a strong work ethic, dedication and commitment that will coordinate with their current efforts to develop highly successful college and career-ready graduates.”

Superintendent of Schools Dr. John B. Gaddis said, “Tom brings a varied skill set to Somerset County. We are excited to have Tom back in Somerset County.”
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