The 5 P’s of Life

Baron Davis

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Baron Davis presents: The 5 P’s of Life

Each of us at birth was created for a reason. That reason is rooted in our innate desire to be fully self-actualized or to realize our fullest and greatest potential. Our creation is not an accident, it is a well-orchestrated concert of events that are played to divine perfection, allowing us all to achieve and fulfill the purpose of our creation. Each person has a pathway that they must follow. Along this pathway, we will discover our passions and purpose which will lead us to promise and a premier life.

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Baron Davis

An educator for more than 20 years, Dr. Baron R. Dr. Davis is Richland School District Two's Superintendent, and the first African American to hold this position in the  district’s 90 plus year’s history. Dr.Davis served a transition year as the superintendent-elect prior to assuming leadership of the district in
2017. In one of his first tasks as Superintendent, the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan, Dr. Davis lays out his vision for partnering with our families, staff and community to make Richland Two the premier school district.
Dr. Davis has advanced the district’s long-standing commitment to providing superior learning experiences in top-notch facilities. Under his leadership, voters in Richland Two approved a request to borrow $468 million to address district facility needs in the areas of safety and security, academic learning
spaces, transportation, technology and arts/athletics. The bond referendum projects are part of a 10-year facility plan that provides a pathway to premier facilities across the district. Since 2016 11 district magnet programs have earned national certification from the Magnet Schools of America. Five of
those programs have earned recognition as Magnet Schools of America Demonstration Schools, a designation achieved by a only 18 programs across the country.

During his educational career, Dr. Davis has served as a successful school leader in rural, urban and suburban school systems where his schools were recognized for closing the achievement gap, increasing graduation rates and increasing Advanced Placement participation rates. While principal of Spring Valley, the school was  recognized by the Washington Post as one of America's Most Challenging High Schools and by Newsweek as one of America’s Top High Schools.