Mrs. Davis has 20 years of experience in education as a teacher and as an Instructional Coach. She has been with the Griffin-Spalding County School System for 13 years and comes to Griffin High School from Carver Road Middle School where she served as an Instructional Support Leader and coach.
Mrs. Davis earned her Master’s degree in Middle Grades Education from Fort Valley State University and her Master’s in Educational Leadership from University of West Georgia.
“I am thrilled to embark on another journey in my quest to serve students and continue to grow professionally. I look forward to serving the Griffin community in this new position as the faculty, staff, parents and I work together to guide students toward growth, achievement, and fostering youth to become adults of strong character,” said Mrs. Davis.
Dr. Wheeler comes to GHS from Tucker High School in DeKalb County. He has sixteen years experience in education as an exceptional education teacher and teacher support specialist. Dr. Wheeler taught at McNair High School, and was the head girls’ basketball and volleyball coach for eleven years. He also taught at Hightower Elementary, and coached boys’ basketball at Dunwoody High School. Dr. Wheeler has been a Teacher Keys Effectiveness System Evaluator for the last two years at Tucker High School.
Dr. Wheeler earned his Bachelor of Science from Brenau University. He earned his Master’s in Educational Leadership from Troy State University. His Education Specialist Degree in Education Leadership was earned from Argosy University., Sarasota, Florida. Dr. Wheeler earned his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Argosy University.
Dr. Wheeler looks forward to being a part of the Griffin High School family that is striving towards excellence in all we do. His favorite sayings are “Nothing is Impossible”, and “Never look down on anyone, unless you are looking down to pick them up.” Go Bears!
Joshua Pittman came to GHS from Stockbridge High School, where he taught video production and business education for over seven years. While at Stockbridge, Joshua was on the school leadership team, technology team, Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education County Support team, and he coached Junior Varsity basketball during his time at SHS.
Joshua also worked as a special education teacher and basketball coach while at Towers High School. Joshua received his Bachelor’s in Media Studies, Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology from Troy University, and his Educational Specialist in Leadership from Mercer University. Joshua is currently pursuing his Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership at Kennesaw State University. He currently serves as the Assistant Principal of School Operations.
Some of the administrative areas of responsibility for Joshua consist of the CTAE department, ELA department, attendance, bell schedules, data room & analysis, duty rosters, emergency crisis plan, student mentoring program, safety drills, transportation, technology, facilities, substitutes, and student services (A-J).
“I look forward to continuing to build positive relationships and working toward continuous student growth for the benefit of each student.” I believe in the famous quote from Thomas Fuller,