The History of Supply Elementary School
In the fall of the 1992-1993 school year, Supply Elementary opened its doors for the very first time. The school year began with excitment and anticipation as the staff, children and community got ready to begin a journey together in the new facilities Supply Elementary School offered. Students were enrolled from Pre-Kindergarten all the way through 5th grade and they settled in under the leadership of Dr. Carolyn S. Williams. She led the school through many ups and downs and in June of 2000, she decided it was time to hang up her prinipal hat and begin a life of leisure.
Stepping in to fill the big shoes left by Dr. Williams was Mrs. Sharon Ward. She was looking forward to the challeges and rewards of working at Supply Elementary and was excited about the new chapter that would begin with a new principal. After two short years, she decided to move on and she became the Director of the Exceptional Children's Program for Brunswick County Schools.
After Mrs. Ward left we were led by Mrs. Carolyn D. Williams. Mrs. Williams led our school for two short years until the freedoms of retirement called her name and she left our school in June of 2004.
Dr. Dwight Willis lead Supply Elementary from 2004-2012. During his tenure at Supply we saw many changes happen to the face of our school, the largest being the new addition of the Kindergarten wing. The new addition opened in August of 2007.
With the opening of the 2012 school year we welcome Mrs. Kelly Andrews. Mrs. Andrews comes to use from Wilson County. She brings lots of new ideas and a wonderful understanding of what is best for the children of Supply Elementary. She looks forward to meeting all them and seeing the smiles on their faces as we begin this new school year.
Supply Elementary School is a wonderful community of teachers, administration and students who are commited to making each and every day of school the very best it can be!