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    Quenton Davis is currently the proud Assistant Principal at The Max S. Hayes High School in Cleveland, Ohio. He aides his teachers with cultivating and molding the freshman academy into productive high school students. As a native of Atlanta, Georgia, he is a proud graduate of The Unsinkable Albany State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Middle Grades Education. After receiving his Bachelors Degree, he began to teach for his alma mater school district outside of Atlanta, Clayton County Public Schools. After 2 years in Clayton, he began educating the youth of Spalding County School System. Spalding County schools gave Quenton the opportunity to engage the district’s teachers with professional development sessions, create model English lesson plans for district English teachers that covered common core, and become a member of the administrative team that gave vision and leadership to turn around the worst performing school in the district to the number two school in the district. During his teaching years, he received a Master of Art Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Central Michigan University and a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Columbus State University. Quenton brings a diverse background in teaching strategies, effective discipline strategies, assessment practices and student engagement. He has a strong passion in ensuring that every student and teacher realizes their potential and creating positive opportunities for them to maximize their potential.