Feezor first principal for Davie Virtual School
Published 7:51 am Thursday, April 8, 2021
Valerie Feezor has been hired as the principal for Davie County Virtual School.
Davie County Virtual School fills an ongoing need for Davie families and provides students with an option that will be in place for years to come, even post-pandemic.
This marks the 13th school for the district.
“Feezor has extensive experience and brings a wonderful outlook to virtual learning,” said Jeff Wallace, superintendent.
She has been a math teacher, instructional specialist, and administrator in Rowan-Salisbury, Guilford County, and Davidson County Schools.
She recently completed doctoral class work through Gardner-Webb University, and is working on her dissertation with a focus on rigor in virtual schools.
“Mrs. Feezor has a student-first focus and believes that even in a non-traditional setting, relationships with students are vital to their success in school,” Wallace said.
Feezor earned her bachelor’s degree from UNC Wilmington, her master of education degree from UNC Greensboro, her school administration licensure from Gardner-Webb University and is pursuing her doctor of education degree at Gardner-Webb . She lives in Lexington with her husband on their family farm.