- Summerville Elementary School
DDTwo Promotes Three Administrators
The Dorchester School District Two Board of Trustees met May 30, 2023, and promoted three administrators, effective July 1, 2023.
Alice Kelley will serve as Principal at Gregg Middle School; Ebony Summers-Fogel will serve as Director of Personnel – Secondary; and Jennifer Tracy will serve as Principal at River Oaks Middle School.
Mrs. Kelley, who currently serves as Assistant Principal at Gregg Middle School, has 23 years of experience in education. Her previous roles have included Assistant Principal at DuBose Middle School, Science and Math Teacher at Fort Dorchester High School, and Science, Math, and Engineering Teacher at Summerville High School. Mrs. Kelley also served as the DDTwo District Teacher of the Year in 2014.
Mrs. Kelley earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Christopher Newport University, her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of South Carolina, her master’s degree in Teaching from The Citadel, and her master’s degree in Secondary Administration from The Citadel.
Mrs. Kelley said, “I’m honored to have the privilege to serve as the principal of Gregg Middle School. I’m looking forward to working with the many talented faculty, staff, and students at Gregg Middle School as we continue to be Mustang Strong!”
Mrs. Kelley and her husband, Kevin, have four children. She currently has two Summerville High School students and two Summerville High School graduates.
Mrs. Summers-Fogel, who currently serves as Assistant Principal at Ashley Ridge High School, has 24 years of experience in education — all in Dorchester School District Two. A lifelong resident of Summerville, she is graduate of Summerville High School.
Mrs. Fogel earned her bachelor's degree in English with a minor in Secondary Education from the College of Charleston, her master’s degree in in Divergent Learning from Columbia College, and her educational specialist degree in Educational Administration from Capella University. Starting her career as an English teacher at her alma mater, she transitioned into the role of English Interventionist, working on curriculum and supporting teachers by providing feedback, instructional strategies, and other support. She was then appointed as Assistant Principal at Ashley Ridge High School.
Mrs. Summers-Fogel said, “I am honored to serve as Director of Personnel – Secondary. I am excited to make a difference in the lives of students, staff, and families by helping to ensure we have the most qualified and passionate educators empowering our students’ success.”
She lives in the district with her husband, Otto, and four children, one whom is a recent graduate of ARHS.
Ms. Tracy, who currently serves as Assistant Principal at Rollings Middle School, has 18 years of experience in education — all in Dorchester School District Two. She began her career as an English Teacher at Summerville High School and transitioned to Assistant Principal at SHS and RMSA.
Ms. Tracy received her bachelor’s degree in English Education from Charleston Southern University, her master’s degree in Elementary Education from Charleston Southern University, her second master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of South Carolina, and her educational specialist degree in Educational Administration from the University of South Carolina.
Ms. Tracy’s daughter Emma graduated from Summerville High School in 2022. Her children Sarah and Jackson will both be at Summerville High School next year, and her youngest son Dylan will be in his last year at Sand Hill Elementary School.
“I am honored to join River Oaks Middle School. I look forward to working with the students, parents, and teachers as we learn and grow together as a school family,” said Ms. Tracy. “I am excited for the opportunity to serve and work together with all stakeholders to maximize student success.”
Superintendent Dr. Shane Robbins said, “These District leaders have proven themselves as difference makers, and Team Dorchester is better because of their insight and dedication. I was honored to recommend them for these roles.”