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ECPPS Names Principal for Pasquotank Elementary School

The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education approved the recommendation to hire Jamie Liverman as the principal of Pasquotank Elementary School. Liverman holds a bachelor's degree in special education from Elizabeth City State University. He holds a master's degree in special education as well as school administration from East Carolina University. Mr. Liverman also earned his Certificate of Advance Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership from Cambridge College.

Mr. Liverman has 21 years of experience in education which includes serving as a principal for ten years, director of Exceptional Children for three years and most recently as the Executive Director of Instructional Programs and School Improvement for Bertie County Schools. Mr. Liverman has a proven track record of school turnaround at both the middle school and high school level. He has extensive experience with curriculum and instruction as well as working with schools to increase student achievement. "Mr. Liverman will be a tremendous asset to ECPPS and will serve the families and staff at Pasquotank Elementary well," shared Superintendent Edmonds. "He has a passion for helping children realize their potential, by supporting teachers to better meet the needs of students."

Mr. Liverman shared, "I am excited to join ECPPS and look forward to serving the students, staff and families at Pasquotank Elementary School. I am passionate about connecting with parents and the community to create a learning environment that is supportive and positive for everyone. I believe high expectations along with support and accountability will be the driving force to move student academic performance at Pasquotank Elementary. I am pleased to be a part of the ECPPS community." Mr. Liverman's report date for Pasquotank Elementary has not been determined at this time.