Principal Larry Davis gives Dallen Wilson a certificate of completion.
The Emery County School District announces the appointment of Larry Davis as the new principal at Emery High School beginning Aug. 1. Principal Davis has 30 years in the field of education, 22 as a teacher and eight as an administrator. He has been the principal at Canyon View Junior High School for the past eight years. Prior to his assignment at Canyon View Junior High School, he taught at Emery High School for 14 years. He also taught school at Spanish Fork High School and has been involved in coaching baseball.
Principal Davis also served as the editor of the Emery County Progress and the Spanish Fork Press.
Principal Davis has been recognized for his outstanding work in education. He has been Emery High School Teacher of the Year in 2000, Emery School District Teacher of the Year in 1992, a nominee for Utah Teacher of the Year in 1989, and was named Outstanding Teacher at Spanish Fork High School in 1981. He has also received several awards for his newspaper writing and photography.
He has been involved in the development and implementation of many of the Emery School District's instructional and curricular programs and has been a leader in improving education for the children of Emery County. "We would like to congratulate Larry on his appointment as the principal of Emery High School," said Superintendent Kirk Sitterud.