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Published on June 4th, 2015 | by Millennium Magazine Staff

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PRICE RETIRES FROM RICHLAND ONE AFTER FOUR DECADES OF SERVICE

Shirley DeVeaux Price has been a staple in the Office of the Superintendent for twenty-five years and an employee at Richland School District One since 1967. She has served longer in the superintendent’s office than any executive assistant in the history of the district. She retires June 30, 2015.

As the Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, Price served under six superintendents: Drs. Stevenson, McLeod, Henderson, Epps, Coles and Mack, as well as five interim superintendents: Drs. Stevenson, Henderson, Pigford, Monuszko, and Cash-Greene.

Her employment in Richland One began as the principal’s secretary at three elementary schools, Cross Roads, Burton and Webber. After working at Webber Elementary for fourteen years, she was promoted to an Administrative Secretary to the Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education. She left the district and worked for nearly five years for the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) in West Germany and in 1985 returned to South Carolina and began employment again with Richland One. Because there were no positions available in the area of curriculum she was offered and accepted a position as a secretary to the Director of Maintenance where she worked before becoming the Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. Three years later, she was named Executive Assistant to the Superintendent.

He most rewarding experience during her career has been working directly with students in the elementary schools. “It was a different world because I got to interact directly with students and parents,” said Price. The second most rewarding experience was working in the superintendent’s office interacting with some of the greatest minds in the field of education.

Her plan is to devote more time to her family, jewelry business and travel.

Theresa Riley Stephens, Ed.D.
Richland School District Two
Communications Department

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3 Responses to PRICE RETIRES FROM RICHLAND ONE AFTER FOUR DECADES OF SERVICE

  1. Catherine Darby Robinson says:

    Congratulations Mrs. Price for the four decades of excellence given to the best school district in the state. Please spend the earned retirement with your family and friends. Travel, travel and do everything on your bucket list . Asking God to grant tou continues good health and His care . Very proud of you Webber Elementary pupil for all the success you achieved .

  2. Monteen Cobb says:

    Shirley, congratulations!! You have earned your retirement and I hope that you will now spend your time relaxing and enjoying life. Let’s get together soon!!

  3. Twila Jones says:

    What a fabulous lady & era! Shirley, I was handpicked by you in 1995 to serve as your assistant in the Superintendent’s Office. That connection began a long running season of successes and my career blossomed in unmeasureable ways. I salute my former supervisor, colleague and friend. Congratulations to you and well wishes on all of your retirement endeavors! God bless!

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