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2019 LA Principal of the Year


August 2, 2018

On July 27 the Louisiana Department of Education announced the 2019 Louisiana Teacher and Principal of the Year at the 12th Annual Cecil J. Picard Educator Awards Gala. Spencer Kiper, Elm Grove Middle School in Bossier Parish, was named the 2019 State Teacher of the Year, and Dr. Eric Davis, of Wossman High School in the City of Monroe School District, was named the 2019 State Principal of the Year.

Davis is an education veteran, with 20 years of experience in teaching and leadership. Before becoming an administrator, Davis taught business education and special education while coaching high school football, basketball, and baseball. His favorite part of his career is influencing the lives of young people every day and encouraging them to take charge of their lives to fulfill their purpose. Davis earned a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Miles College in Birmingham, AL, a master's degree in Education from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and a doctorate degree in Administration Leadership for Teacher Learning from Walden University.


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