CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Public Schools Superintendent Andrea M. Kane announced four new school administrator assignments for 2019-20, upon approval by the Board of Education.
Becky Tubman has been named assistant principal at Sudlersville Middle School. She has 22 years of educational experience, including 11 years with Queen Anne’s schools.
For the past four years, Tubman worked as a teacher specialist at Kent Island Elementary School and was a process manager for the school system’s Early Learning and School Readiness Innovation Center team.
She has served as the county’s representative to the Maryland State Department of Education Gifted and Talented briefings; a primary talent development curriculum writer for MSDE’s Open Educational Resources platform; facilitated the 2018-2019 Revised Primary Talent Development pilot for QACPS; and participated in cultural proficiency and equity training.
Tubman also taught a course for new QACPS teachers and served on various teams at the school, county and state levels, including the QACPS Teacher Evaluation Task Force and the School-wide Integrated Framework for Transformation (SWIFT) Leadership team during seven years teaching at Matapeake Elementary.
She started her career in Talbot and was that county’s Teacher of the Year for 2003-2004.
She received her master’s degree in administration and educational leadership from Salisbury University and earned an administrator I and II certification.
Billie Brice has been promoted to assistant principal at Kent Island High School. She is an Eastern Shore native and a graduate of Queen Anne’s schools.
Brice has taught eighth-grade science and automation and robotics at Matapeake and Sudlersville middle schools. She also coached several sports teams; coordinated the Seizing Opportunities for Academic Resilience program at Sudlersville Middle; was the team leader and actively participated in School Improvement Team and Parent Advisory Council meetings; and helped design the eighth-grade science curriculum and assessment.
Brice began her teaching career as a science teacher and Teach for America Corps member in Prince George’s County. After her first year, she became the Positive Behavior Intervention School coordinator and supervised school-wide events. She led environmental education initiatives in two Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education green-certified schools.
Brice earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry at Washington College, a master’s in science education and an administration certificate from Johns Hopkins University.
Matthew Evans has been named the school system’s supervisor of student support services. He began his career in QACPS as a school counselor at Stevensville Middle School in 2000, where he implemented a comprehensive school counseling program focused on career, academic and social/emotional development. He also wrote a grant application funded by the University of Maryland School of Law to implement a conflict resolution program.
After seven years at the middle school level, Evans served as a QACPS pupil personnel worker for 12 years (2007-2019), facilitating student support teams in seven schools and linking students and families to appropriate services and interventions. He was a primary contact for the QACPS Positive Behavioral Interventions Strategies program.
Evans earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Rollins College in 1994. He earned a master’s in school counseling from Frostburg State University in 2000 and received his Maryland administrator I certificate in 2011.
Susangrace DuBose will be the facilitator of the school system’s new Virtual Learning Academy, which begins serving home-schooled students at the start of the new school year.
For the past 11 years, she was a classroom teacher, counselor, special education specialist and an online education administrator for Prince George’s County Public Schools. DuBose has worked with children at all grade levels.
DuBose started her education career more than two decades ago as an educator of children performing in Broadway productions.
She holds advanced professional certificates in 14 subject areas. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English and secondary education from Oklahoma City University. She obtained a master’s degree in education and human development with certification in school counseling, and an education specialist degree in special education and administration from George Washington University.