Four T.C. Williams Principals Change Positions at T.C. Williams
Superintendent Morton Sherman is pleased to announce the reassignments of four T.C. Williams High School principals to other leadership positions at the school. Pierrette Hall, formerly the academic principal for math and science, is now lead academic principal, replacing Peter Balas, who is now principal of Mount Vernon Community School. Jessica Hillery, previously an administrative intern, is now the academic principal for math and science. William McGreevy, formerly the 12th-grade dean of students, now serves as assistant principal for school operations. David Serensits, formerly the school's testing coordinator, now is assistant principal for school improvement. The changes support recommendations made by T.C. Williams Principal Suzanne Maxey.
"I am confident that this rearrangement of our leadership team will prove most effective as we continue our transformation of T.C. Williams," Dr. Sherman said. "These highly dedicated, multi-skilled principals hit the ground running as they assumed their new roles earlier this month.
Hall, who joined ACPS in 2010, also served as summer school principal in 2011. She has a Master of Education degree in educational leadership from George Mason University, a Master of Education degree in curriculum and instruction from Regent University and a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
Hillery, with ACPS since 2004, has a master's degree in leadership from George Mason University, a master's degree in education from Dowling College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in public justice from the State University of New York at Oswego.
McGreevy, who began working at ACPS in 2001, has a master's degree in education administration from Ohio University and a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education social studies from the University of Toledo.
Serensits, an ACPS employee since 2010, has a Master of Education degree in educational leadership with administrative endorsement from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Science degree in special education from Pennsylvania State University.