Proudly serving as Superintendent of Caswell County Schools since January, 2017, Dr. Sandra Carter is an educational leader with 21 years of experience in public education.  She began her career in the Stanly County School District in 1996.  As a National Board Certified Teacher, she taught elementary education for ten years.  She was then promoted to Assistant Principal at West Stanly High School, Principal at New London Choice Middle School and Principal at North Stanly High School.   After serving as High School Principal, Dr. Carter moved to the District Level, serving as Executive Director of Human Resources, Student Services and Exceptional Children Programs and finally serving as Associate Superintendent overseeing the Departments of Curriculum & Instruction, Student Services, Testing and Accountability, Student Records, Human Resources and Exceptional Children.  She is now proud to serve as Superintendent of Caswell County Schools.                              
Dr. Carter earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education from Pfeiffer University and a Master of Arts Degree in Education from Wingate University.  In 2006, she earned a Specialist in Education Degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, followed by her Doctor of Education Degree in Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2007.  Her doctoral studies focused on Educational Leadership.
As a vested resident and taxpayer of Caswell County, Dr. Carter is looking forward to working collaboratively with our dedicated School Board members, staff, parents, community and especially the students to bring new opportunities to student learning.   She and her husband of 38 years, Anthony, have three adult children.