HENRY COUNTY – On Thursday, the Henry County School Board approved the assignment of Dr. Sherri Lewis to the role of educational diagnostician, effective January 1, 2020.
Lewis, who assumed the role as principal at Drewry Mason in 2013, said, “I will miss my alma mater and the students, faculty, staff, and families of Drewry Mason. However, I am excited to have the opportunity to continue to work with students and parents across several schools, including Drewry Mason. I have always had the desire to use assessment to pinpoint and diagnose the learning needs of students and find ways to support them in their learning.”
Lewis has served students as a teacher, reading specialist, administrative intern and principal.
Additionally, she has served as an adjunct faculty member for University of Virginia and Longwood University, teaching Word Study and Assessment in the Classroom.
“Dr. Lewis’ wealth of knowledge regarding student development and success is a critical asset to students and teachers across the division. We are so pleased that she will have the opportunity to support even more Henry County students as they work to achieve their learning goals,” said Sandy Strayer, superintendent.
Bill Bullins, retired Assistant Superintendent, will serve as interim principal during the spring semester.