Andrew W. “Drew” Greve of Mathews, the principal at Lee-Jackson Elementary School, was awarded his Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree from George Washington University during a graduation hooding ceremony on May 18 at the school’s main campus in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Greve’s dissertation was titled “An Examination of Virginia Elementary School Principals’ Scheduling Decisions Regarding Opportunities for Students to Participate in Physical Activity during the School Day.”
This work examined how principals make decisions to incorporate traditional and non-traditional opportunities for physical activity, and the impact of this time on traditional academic achievement.
Greve was appointed Lee-Jackson’s principal in 2008. Prior to that, he was assistant principal and, for five years, was the school’s guidance counselor. He holds an undergraduate degree from Boston College and earned his education specialist (Ed.S.) degree from GWU. ...
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