R.E.B. Leadership Award

R.E.B. Leadership Award
Posted on 03/13/2019
Award winner with balloons

Charles Stevens, principal of Lee-Davis High School (L-DHS), is the Hanover County Public Schools winner of the 2018-2019 R.E.B. Award for Distinguished Educational Leadership by The Community Foundation. As a recipient, Stevens will receive a $7,500 cash grant, as well as an additional $7,500 towards a school project. Stevens plans to build a new design lab that will allow students to work creatively with new technology.

One principal from each school division in the counties of Hanover, Henrico, and Chesterfield, as well as the City of Richmond, receives the award annually. It serves to “recognize the principals who go beyond the day-to-day demands of their position to create an exceptional educational environment.” The school community and the public submit the nominations.

“I am very honored and humbled to have been selected for this award. I am very grateful to R.E.B. for their dedication and support of educators across the Richmond metro area. Our students and staff will benefit greatly from their continuous support,” said Stevens.

“Mr. Stevens is a proven leader who has a passion for education, and I congratulate him on this well-deserved achievement. His unwavering commitment to his students, staff, and community is evident in all that he does, and we are thankful for his dedicated service,” said Dr. Michael Gill, superintendent of schools.

Stevens began his career in education in 1994 as a teacher and coach at L-DHS. He has been the principal of L-DHS since 2014.

Charles Stevens smiling with congratulators Award recipient standing with HCPS staff members
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