Beaverdam Elementary Administration

  • Stacie McGuirt, Principal

    Stacie McGuirt

    I am humbled and honored to serve as principal of Beaverdam Elementary.  I prioritize meaningful collaboration with staff, families and our community to ensure the success of every student, every day. 

    I was born in Ohio and moved to Raleigh when I started middle school. After graduating from Leesville Road High School, I attended Western Carolina University where I earned my Bachelor of Science degree. I started my teaching career as a fifth grade teacher and I soon realized how passionate I was about using the best strategies and differentiated lessons to grow my students. I continued my education at North Carolina Central University where I earned my Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  

    I spent 12 years teaching at the elementary level. During my time in the classroom, I taught fifth, fourth, and second grades, as well as kindergarten. I served as a mentor for beginning teachers and enjoyed collaborating with my team on how best to serve our students.  In the Fall of 2013, I became an Instructional Resource Teacher at Reedy Creek Elementary School, which prepared me to pursue administration.  

    I completed my school administration licensure in June 2018 and started my administrative career at Lufkin Road Middle School. I served as the assistant principal at Lufkin for four years and during that time was able to support all three grade levels.  While I am sad to be leaving the Lufkin community that I have grown to love, I am very excited to start building and growing new relationships with you all at Beaverdam.  

    On a personal note, I have been married to my husband, Regan, for over 22 years, and together we have three beautiful children. Carson will start his junior year of high school this fall, Claire has just begun seventh grade and Coen has just begun first grade. On top of that, we have a stubborn French Bulldog named Bromaine who we enjoy taking to the beach.

    Please know how serious and committed I am to serving our students, staff, families, and the greater community. I look forward to collaborating and partnering with families and I will work to schedule an opportunity to meet with you all in the coming weeks. 

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  • Demetrice Green,

    Asst. Principal



    I am incredibly grateful to continue my journey at Beaverdam Elementary School as Assistant Principal for the 2024-2025 school year. My desire is to continue advocating for all students and families with an educational experience where values and diversity are celebrated while having a genuine passion for building relationships and creating a safe learning environment. 

    I am originally from Laurinburg, NC, where I graduated from Scotland High School. I attended Dudley’s Cosmetology University and became a salon owner/cosmetologist for 15 years.  The love that I have for the educational profession prompted me to return to college where I earned my Bachelor of Science degree from UNC Pembroke. After graduation, I worked as a Qualified Professional Substance Abuse Counselor at Southeastern Regional Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services. I hold three master’s degrees; Masters in Counseling, Masters in Human Resources from Webster University, and a Master's in School Administration from UNC-Pembroke. 

    have served 25 years with the state of NC as a mental health and substance abuse counselor, permanent substitute teacher, high school counselor, testing coordinator, and assistant principal in the Elementary, Middle, and High School sectors. I was previously employed with The Public Schools of Robeson County and Scotland County Schools prior to my employment with Wake County Public Schools.  I will continue to bring to this role a wealth of administration experience to Beaverdam Elementary by immersing myself deeper into the vision of our school by interacting with students and staff. I have a passion for being visible upon students' arrival, dismissal, in the hallways, classrooms, and throughout the building. Recognizing student achievements and communicating with parents is important  to me in order to provide leadership, all while building a structure of collaborative relationships in the school and community. 

    I am happily married to my husband, Anthony. I have two children, Timon, a recent MBA graduate and scholar athelete from UNC-Pembroke and a daughter, Tyler who attends UNC-Chapel Hill where she is an active “Marching Tar Heel."  

    I look forward to having an amazing school year.