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art educator

Quincey Mays, Japanese, American art educator. Named Cross Country Coach of Year, Oklahoma Secondary Schools Athletic Association, 2006-2007; recipient numerous Best of Show awards for Visual Art; grantee, College Board, 1999. Member Arts and Humanities Council, Lawton, since 1995; Member of Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association, Phi Theta Kappa.

Background

Mays, Quincey was born on July 21, 1948 in Jinmachi, Japan. Son of Joseph Roles and Edna Eilleen Mays.

Education

Bachelor in Military Science, Cameron University, 1971. Bachelor in Mathematics, Cameron University, 1971. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Cameron University, 1981.

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cameron University, 1984. Master of Education, University Oklahoma, 1979.

Career

Teacher Indiahoma (Oklahoma) High School, 1974—1975, Brockland Elementary, Lawton, 1976—1981. Teacher art Whittier Elementary, 1982—1993, Pat Henry Elementary, Lawton, 1994—1997, Lawton High School, since 1998. Adjunct professor Cameron University, Lawton, 1984—1996.

Coach cross country/tennis Lawton High School, since 1998, chairman curriculum fine arts department, since 1999. Artist-in-residence kindergarten academy Lawton Public Schools, since 2002. Instructor Goddard Youth Camp Gifted/Talented, Lake of Arbuckles, Sulpher, 1981—2001.

Coach cross country MacArthur High School, Lawton, since 2005. Captain United States Army, 1970-1974.

Membership

Member Arts and Humanities Council, Lawton, since 1995. Member of Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association, Phi Theta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Running, fishing, art, guitar, tennis.

Connections

1 child from previous marriage Isaac Marshall.

father:
Joseph Roles

mother:
Edna Eilleen Mays