WCHS Assistant Principals
Mrs. Kimberly Harrison
Mrs. Kimberly Harrison is one of our new Assistant Principals here at Wayne County High school. She was born in Pensacola, Florida and grew up in Waycross, Georgia. She graduated from Ware County High School and earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences from Armstrong Atlantic State University in 2010.
Mrs. Harrison began her teaching career at her alma mater, Ware County High School. In 2012, Mrs. Harrison completed the GaTAPP Program and received her Teaching Certificate. Afterward, she relocated to Wayne County High School and taught mathematics.
In 2013 she was recognized by the National Association for Alternative Certification and awarded the Bill Smith Scholarship for Excellence in Alternative Certification Programs for the work she accomplished in the GaTAPP Program. Later that year, she received the Outstanding Educator Award from the Georgia Retired Educators Association and voted WCHS Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Harrison received her Masters of Education in Secondary Mathematics in July 2016 and her Education Specialist in December 2017. Mrs. Harrison has had the opportunity to cultivate her leadership skills by serving on the WCHS School Council Board from 2014 to 2016 and as a member of the Developing Leaders Program from 2016 to 2017. Throughout her career, she has served on various curriculum projects for the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and the Department of Education.
Mrs. Harrison currently resides in Hinesville, Georgia with her husband and is looking forward to serving the students of WCHS.
Dr. Shrone Blackwell
Shrone Blackwell, Assistant Principal at WCHS, earned her Doctorate of Education from Georgia Southern University in 2011. While at Georgia Southern University, her research in Educational Leadership was awarded First Place at the Research Symposium.
Dr. Blackwell has served as a classroom teacher in DeKalb County, academic coach in Talbot County and reading specialist in Jones County.
Dr. Blackwell has attended and presented at the National Youth-At-Risk Conference in Savannah, GA and looks forward to continuing to serve as an assistant principal at Wayne County High School especially with the Wayne County High School Alternative Program.
Mr. Patrick Edwards
Mr. Patrick Edwards is a native of Tattnall County. He comes to WCHS with 19 years experience in education as a paraprofessional, middle grades classroom teacher, special education teacher, physical education teacher, coach, and administrator. He is a graduate of Pinewood Christian Academy. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Education from Brewton Parker College and a Master of Education from Troy University. He has two Ed. Specialist degrees from Valdosta State University in Curriculum and Instruction, as well as, Educational Leadership.
Mr. Edwards is married to Tammy O’Donnell Edwards and has 4 children. Thomas (16) and Dawson (15) attend Tattnall County High School where they play football and baseball. Trace (7) and Lana (4) attend Smiley Elementary School and are active in baseball, basketball, soccer, and dance.
Dr. Craig Davis
Dr. Craig Davis is currently serving as an Assistant Principal at WCHS. He originally hails from Ft. Payne, Alabama. After high school, he attended Jacksonville State University where obtained a Bachelors in P.E./Heath. Dr. Davis started his teaching career at Wayne County High School in 1992. In 1999, he received his Master’s in Education Leadership from Georgia Southern. Since then, has taught at several high schools in Southeast Georgia over the last 26 years, while returning to school to get both his Specialist, at The University of Sarasota in 2002, and his Doctorate from Argosy University in 2008.
Dr. Davis has served as an Athletic Director and Head Football Coach for 25 years in Georgia. He is currently The Assistant Executive Director of Georgia Athletic Coaches Association. As well as, a Faculty Member at The University of Phoenix and Southwest Minnesota State University.
He currently resides in Jesup with his wife Lauri. They have two children, Graham, who is a Junior at The University of Georgia and Gray is a Sophomore at WCHS.