Jesse Taylor, Jr. has served
as a teacher, assistant principal, and principal in the states of
Virginia and North Carolina. He came to North Carolina in August 1997
where he served as an assistant principal for three years at Goldsboro
Middle School and a half year at Eastern Wayne Middle School prior to
being named the principal of that school in December of 2000. He served
as principal of Eastern Wayne Middle School until June 2004.
July 2004, he moved to Charles B. Aycock High School as an assistant
principal where he remained for seven years. In July 2011, he moved to
his current position as the high school assistant principal at Spring
Creek High School.
In Virginia, Mr. Taylor served
as a middle school principal for four years, an elementary school
principal for five years, a junior high school assistant principal for
one and a half years, and a high school assistant principal for five
years. His teaching experience includes teaching Industrial Arts
Education (currently Technology Education) and Drafting. He taught
drafting one year at the high school level and Industrial Arts Education
(woodworking, metalworking, electricity, mechanical drawing, and
plastics) four and one half years at the middle school level.
Additionally, Mr. Taylor worked at the central office level one year as
an administrative assistant to the superintendent. In addition to
working closely with the superintendent on various assignments in that
role, Mr. Taylor's primary responsibilities were overseeing the
district's testing program, coordinating personnel functions, and
coordinating the textbook distribution for the district.
Taylor has a B.S. Degree from Virginia State College (currently
Virginia State University) in Petersburg, Virginia, and a Master of
Education Degree from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville,
Virginia. Recently, he earned a Doctorate in ministry from Andersonville
Theological Seminary in Carmilla, Georgia.
Mr. Taylor is an advocate for the children he serves each day. He is very concerned about them being successful.
To contact Mr. Taylor, you may call him at 919-751-7160 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.