FLINT TWP. — Deborah Davis, who served as interim principal at Carman- Ainsworth High School for the 2014-15 school year, has been appointed to the position permanently.
Davis previously served at assistant principal at the high school from 2008-09 and 2012-13 and has held several positions with the district.
She served as the Data Technology Coordinator for all district schools from 2012-14 and was the Curriculum and Testing Coordinator at the high school from 2006-2008.
Prior to that she was a high school math and science teacher and chair of the math department from 1995-2006 and 2007- 2008.
Davis holds an ED.S degree in Educational Leadership from Oakland University, granted in August 2010. She also earned a Master’s Degree in the Art of Teaching (MAT) at Marygrove College in 1999 and is a December 1992 graduate of the University o Michigan-Flint.
She holds several additional educational certifications.
Davis said her goals as CAHS principal include to:
• Continue to work towards academic achievement for all students
• Promote a college-going culture within CAHS which includes any post-secondary schooling preparing students for the workforce
°Support STEM/STEAM education for career readiness
• Build and maintain partnerships with local colleges to increase dual enrollment opportunities for students.
• Sustain a safe and secure environment for student learning.
She and her husband John have two daughters. Alison is a 2013 graduate of the University of Michigan with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Kristin expects to graduate from U-M in 2016 with a B.A. in Nursing. — R.S.