Brewer Middle School will have a new face as principal next year.
Kathryn Benjamin has been named as the new Principal at Brewer Middle School. “I’m honored to be selected to lead a school with such a rich history,” Benjamin said. “I look forward to working with the students, staff and stakeholders at Brewer as we continue to build upon a tremendous tradition of excellence. I’m confident that our collective efforts as a school community will have a positive impact on the learning and the lives of our students.”
Benjamin received her Bachelor’s degree from Erskine College in History and her Masters of Education degree from Southern Wesleyan University. She also received her K-12 Administrative Certification from Western Governors University.
Benjamin’s entire educational career has been spent making a difference in the lives of District 50 students. Benjamin began her career in District 50 as a Social Studies teacher at Greenwood High School. During her 26 years in District 50, Benjamin has served as an administrator, teacher, Social Studies Coach, and athletic coach.
“Mrs. Benjamin is an outstanding educator,” Superintendent Darrell Johnson stated. “She has a proven track record of achieving success in our district and a real passion for all students. Her rapport with teachers and familiarity with our district is an added bonus.”
“During her career in Greenwood 50, Mrs. Benjamin has proven to be a teacher leader, difference-maker for students, and friend to all, according to Director of Secondary Education Beth Taylor. “Brewer will benefit from her innovation, enthusiasm, and leadership.”