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    Mr. John Comer, Principal

    Mr. Comer has served as assistant principal at Daphne High School for the past five years. His background includes 26 years of experience in public education as a teacher and administrator in Georgia, New York City, North Carolina and Alabama. Mr. Comer is a certified K-12 Principal and earned a bachelor’s degree from Emory University and a master’s degree in School Administration from the Western Carolina University.

    Mr. William White, Assistant Principal


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    Steven Lawless, Assistant Principal

    Steven Lawless has been an administrator at Daphne since 2012.  He is originally from Gadsden but has been living in Mobile County for the past 25 years.  He taught History and coached in Mobile County for 14 years before going into administration.  He and his wife, Sharon, have 3 children; Tucker 18, Hannah 15, and Jake 8.

    M.Ed. University of South Alabama

    B.S.  University of Mobile


    Mrs. Wendi Lores, Assistant Principal

    Mrs. Lores is beginning her fifteenth year in education, all in Baldwin County. She received her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Social Sciences) in 2005 from the University of South Alabama. She started her career at Foley High School, where she taught Leadership Skills and World History. In 2010, she earned a master’s degree in School Counseling from USA and transitioned to the Counseling Department at Foley High.

    She served as Freshman Academy Counselor and Advanced Placement Counselor/Coordinator during her tenure there. Fall 2016, she transferred from Foley High to Baldwin County Public School’s Assessment and Data Department to take on the role as System Test Coordinator. She recently earned an Educational Specialist Degree in Elementary and Secondary Administration from Auburn University and will continue her studies there as a doctoral student.

    “I am extremely excited to begin my journey at Daphne High School and become part of the Trojan family. I look forward to working with the faculty, staff, students, and parents to ensure our students have the resources and support they need in order to excel in the classroom, on the field, on the stage, and in the community. The rich tradition of excellence here is second to none, and I cannot wait to experience that first hand. Go Trojans!”