Greensville County Public Schools Names
Emporia, VA – Dr. Kim Evans was appointed as the next superintendent of Greensville County Public Schools at this evening’s school board meeting. Her new position will be effective July 1, 2018. Dr. Evans has more than 27 years’ experience working in public education in Virginia. Since 2014, she has served as the assistant superintendent of schools in Hopewell City Public Schools. She has also worked in Dinwiddie County, Colonial Heights, and Mecklenburg County Public Schools.
“I am excited, honored, and humbled to have been chosen as the new superintendent of Greensville County Public Schools and look forward to working collaboratively with the school board, staff, parents and community,” said Evans. “I’m committed to providing all students with an exceptional educational experience which will assist them in becoming productive members of an ever-changing global society.”
Rhonda Jones-Gilliam, chairman of the Greensville County School Board, believes Dr. Evans will be a great fit for the division. She stated, “We welcome Dr. Evans to Greensville County Public Schools. Her experience, leadership and professionalism will be a great asset to the division and community.”
Evans earned a Doctor and Master of Educational Administration and Supervision from Virginia State University, and a Bachelor of Science in business education from Norfolk State University.
The Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) assisted the Greensville County school board with the superintendent search process.
Greensville County Public Schools
Greensville County Public Schools will be a school division where all students achieve their full potential.
The safety of the students of Greensville County is of utmost importance to the members of the School Board. From the time a child steps on the bus, until the time the child is returned home, we are responsible for and committed to ensuring a secure environment free from physical and psychological harm. The Greensville County School Board disapproves of the bullying of any child under any circumstances.The Board has heard from many parents and community members about their concerns regarding the recent incident on one of our school buses. We thank you for your support and appreciate the time many people took to share their eliminate bullying from our schools and buses. The administration is in the process of investigating and addressing this incident and cooperating with the Board to ensure this does not happen again.As a Board, we will be involved in the final determination of consequences from this incident, and will work with administration to promote awareness and prevention.-The Greensville County School Board