(Georgetown, DE) Sussex Technical High School hosted Bryan Williams, ABHA Architects, as Principal for a Day on Monday, October 17.
Mr. Williams earned his BSE in structural engineering from Duke University and his Master of Architecture from Tulane University. He joined ABHA Architects, Wilmington, DE in 2010. In 2020 he was promoted to Principal in the firm.
Williams met with school administrators and visited classrooms and CTE areas where he talked with faculty and students, and “worked” as both a hall and cafeteria monitor.
ABHA Architects is one half of the Joint Venture, ABHA I BSA+A, that will design the new school for the Sussex County Vocational Technical School District. “While I have visited the school many times, this was my first walk through with students in the building,” said Williams. “It was a great opportunity to learn first-hand what improvements can be implemented in the new school.”
The Delaware Principal for a Day Program was started by the Delaware Chamber of Commerce to bridge the gap between business leaders and educators.
Sussex Technical High School is a public school which prepares Sussex County, DE students in grades 9-12, for their future success in both workforce environments and higher education.
PHOTO: L-R: Williams, Dr. Patricia Oliphant, Director of Curriculum and Human Resources, and Dr. Kevin Carson, Superintendent