WEST COLUMBIA, SC -- Lexington Two announces the hiring of three new assistant principals for the 2020-21 school year.
At its board meeting on August 6, on the recommendation of Superintendent Dr. William B. James Jr., the Lexington Two Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Brenton Coe as assistant principal at Brookland-Cayce High School and Anna Unversaw as assistant principal at Northside Middle School. In June, the board also approved the hiring of Roderick Fluellen II as assistant principal at Cayce Elementary.
Coe most recently served as assistant principal at South Florence High School in Florence School District One. Prior to that, he served as district liaison in the Title One Office in the Darlington County School District and as a physical education teacher at Dewey L. Carter Elementary in Florence School District One. He received a bachelor’s degree from Winthrop University, and a master’s degree and Ed. Leadership certification from Coastal Carolina University.
Unversaw has been a teacher at Northside Middle School since 2017, first in social studies and most recently in English Language Arts. Prior to that, she was a teacher at E.L. Wright Middle School in Richland Two, W.A. Perry Middle School in Richland One and Chestnut Oaks Middle School in Sumter School District. She received bachelor’s, master’s and M.Ed. from the University of South Carolina.
Fluellen most recently served as assistant principal at Chester Middle School in the Chester County School District. He previously served as a transition specialist in special education and as a special education self-contained teacher at Richland Northeast High School, both in Richland Two; exceptional children resource teacher at Main Street Academy and exceptional children job coach/resource teacher at Carver High School, both in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (NC); and as a graduation coach/program director with Communities in Schools of Forsyth County (NC). Fluellen received a bachelor’s degree from the Winston-Salem State University, a master’s from Salem College and an Ed.S. from Capella University.
Pictured, from top: Coe, Unversaw, Fluellen