Principals' Institute

The 2020 Principals' Institute has been canceled.

Millsaps College Principals' Institute, Learning and Leadership since 1993

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2019 Principals' Institute Participants

2019 Principals Institute

Row 1: left to right, Director—Cindy Martin, Admin. Asst.—Amy Spencer, Jodie, Akinbo, Jewell McCallum, LaSherry Irby, Zawartha Triplett, Sheila McKay, Tiffany Fisher, Denise Calhoun, Tracy Fair, Lori Patton, Benita Brown, Martisa Francois, Lari York, April Huff, Dr. Tracey Gregory. Row 2: Jasmine Haynes, Felicia Ballard, Deedre Coll, Barbara Ellen Price-Cage, Melissa Quave, Angela Oliphant, Ann Hardy, Precious Redmond, Antoinette Woodall, Andrea Vasser, Pamela Ward, Sharon Brown, Vanessa Mills-Wigfall, Edward Dunigan, Tracye Pierre.Row 3: Dr. Sara Harper, Rachel Burt, Tanya Weathersby-Pickering, Ida West, Kawanna Riley, Danita Mattox, Anna Hansen, Jennifer Clark, Mary Margaret Mucha, Ladonna Sias, Keith D. Powell, Paige Phillips, Sharon Cooley, Milton Ray III, Craig Chapman, Teresa Duke.Row 4: Kelly Fuller, Latasha Carroll, Daisey Hawkins, Ashley Shannon, Alma Moore, Amanda Cleveland, Angela Campbell, LaShonda Short. Row 5: Xavier Hodo, Dominque Hoard, Carol Jackson, Jerri Turan, Adam Frazier, Roman Holmes, Kristen Schrimpshire, Lisa Pardue, Drew Wardlaw, Stacy Mooney, Sandy Tillis, Yokena Rena Miller, Dr Maron Lacey, Erica Thomas. Row 6: Bobby Hathorn, Bryan Giles, Liz Mauldin, Stephanie Chabert, Ginger Jones, Fanesha Terrell, Melanie Stevens, Cheri Broadus, Karen Harness, Wanda Anderson, Cindy Dusang, Jed Mooney, Jonathan Beasley, Romonica Feazell, Denise Pope, Karen Howard, Dr. Donna Boone, Temeka Shannon. Row 7: Darein Spann, Benton Holder, Chase Robbins, Chris Spencer, Gerry Anderson, Tom Duncan, John Michael Tacker, Kevin Roberts, Russell Granberry, Brent Calcote, Bryan Collins, Tarance Hart, James Stephens, Erwin Gilliam, Michael Ellis, Chris Perritt. Row 8: Alaric Keams, Jaworski Rankin, James Watson, Keegan Love, Bo Huffman, Matt Fulton, Clay Garner, Chad Lindamood, Latoya Worthen, Harvey Williams, Jr., Gerald Johnson. PSI2019 Facilitators: Dr. Tracey Gregory, Temeka Shannon, Teresa Duke, Bobby Hathorn, Dr. Sara Harper, Dr. Donna Boone; Facilitator Assistants: Xavier Hodo, Chris Perritt, Dr. Greg Carlyle

The Millsaps College Principals’ Institute grew from the vision of a group of Mississippi principals who attended the Harvard Principals’ Summer Institute. They wanted a similar experience available for principals closer to home. Dr. Jeanne Middleton-Hairston, a professor in the Department of Education at Millsaps, explored funding possibilities and in November 1992 the Institute received charter grants from BellSouth Foundation, Mississippi Power Education Foundation, and The Phil Hardin Foundation. The first Summer Institute was held in July 1992. Participants may earn 30 SEMI or 3 OSL credits for full attendance. Graduate course credit will be offered free of charge through William Carey University.

 

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2020 Principals' Institute
Intentional Leadership: Making an Impact

Please note the 2020 Principals' Institute has been canceled; the schedule listed below is for reference only.

Sunday, June 7–Friday June 12, 2020

Sunday, June 7
2:00 p.m.—Registration at Millsaps College, Selby and Richard McRae Christian Center, 1701 North State Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39210
6:00 p.m.—PSI2020 Reception

Monday, June 8
Eagle Ridge Team Collaboration

Tuesday, June 9
Dr. Todd Whitaker

Wednesday, June 10
Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings

Thursday, June 11
Dr. Steve Barkley

Friday, June 12
Closing Celebration Luncheon

Featured speakers:

June 9—Dr. Todd WhitakerDr. Todd Whitaker

Dr. Todd Whitaker has been fortunate to be able to blend his passion with his career. Recognized as a leading presenter in the field of education, his message about the importance of teaching has resonated with hundreds of thousands of educators around the world. Todd is a faculty member of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri and professor emeritus at Indiana State University. He has spent his life pursuing his love of education by researching and studying effective teachers and principals. Prior to moving into higher education he was a math teacher and basketball coach in Missouri. Todd then served as a principal at the middle school, junior high, and high school levels. He was also a middle school coordinator in charge of staffing, curriculum, and technology for the opening of new middle schools.

 

June 10—Dr. Gloria Ladson-BillingsDr. Gloria Ladson-Billings

Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings is the Kellner Family Distinguished Professor Emerita in Urban Education in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction and is Faculty Affiliate in the Departments of Educational Policy Studies, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis and Afro American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is the current president of the National Academy of Education. She was the 2005–2006 president of the American Educational Research Association. Ladson-Billings' research examines the pedagogical practices of teachers who are successful with African American students. She also investigates Critical Race Theory applications to education. Ladson-Billings is the author of the critically acclaimed books The Dreamkeepers: Successful Teachers of African American Children, Crossing over to Canaan: The Journey of New Teachers in Diverse Classrooms, and Beyond the Big House: African American Educators on Teacher Education. She is editor of 6 other books and author of more than 100 journal articles and book chapters.

 

June 11—Dr. Steve BarkleyDr. Stephen Barkley

For the past 30 years, Steve has served as a consultant to school districts, teacher organizations, state departments of education, and colleges and universities nationally and internationally, facilitating the changes necessary for them to reach students and successfully prepare them for the 21st century. A prolific published author (Questions for Life: Powerful Strategies to Guide Critical Thinking, Tapping Student Effort: Increasing Student Achievement, Quality Teaching in a Culture of Coaching, Second Edition, WOW! Adding Pizzazz to Teaching and Learning, Second Edition), his weekly blog, Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud, has evolved into a go-to resource for teachers and administrators all over the world. Barkley has presented at the PSI for the last 10 years and provides insight on the importance of improving school culture through capacity building.

 

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Our Mission

The Principals’ Institute, housed in the Education Department at Millsaps College, is committed to the personal and professional growth of principals as educational leaders in order to improve the quality of education, increase support of school principals, and benefit all children in our schools.

 

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Previous Principals' Institute National Speakers

Dr. Stephen BarkleyDr. Stephen Barkley

For the past 30 years, Steve has served as a consultant to school districts, teacher organizations, state departments of education, and colleges and universities nationally and internationally, facilitating the changes necessary for them to reach students and successfully prepare them for the 21st century. A prolific published author (Questions for Life: Powerful Strategies to Guide Critical Thinking, Tapping Student Effort: Increasing Student Achievement, Quality Teaching in a Culture of Coaching, Second Edition, WOW! Adding Pizzazz to Teaching and Learning, Second Edition), his weekly blog, Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud, has evolved into a go-to resource for teachers and administrators all over the world. Barkley has presented at the PSI for the last 10 years and provides insight on the importance of improving school culture through capacity building.

 

Alan M. BlanksteinAlan M. Blankstein

Award-winning author and educational leader, Alan Blankstein served for 25 years as President of the HOPE Foundation, which he founded and whose honorary chair is Nobel Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu. A former “high-risk” youth, Alan began his career in education as a music teacher. He worked for Phi Delta Kappa, March of Dimes, and Solution Tree, which he founded in 1987 and directed for 12 years while launching Professional Learning Communities beginning in the late 1980s. He is the author of the best-selling book Failure Is Not an Option®: Six Principles That Guide Student Achievement in High-Performing Schools, which received the Book of the Year award from Learning Forward. Alan is Senior Editor, lead contributor, and/or author of 18 books, including Excellence Through Equity with Pedro Noguera, (In Press). He also authored some 20 articles in leading education print including Education Week, Educational Leadership, The Principal, and Executive Educator. Alan has provided keynote presentations and workshops for virtually every major U.S. Ed Org, and throughout the UK, Africa, and the Middle East. Alan has served on the Harvard International Principals Centers advisory board, and the Jewish Child Care Agency, where he once was a youth in residence.

 

Dr. John W. HodgeDr. John W. Hodge

Dr. John W. Hodge is president and co-founder of Urban Learning and Leadership Center (ULLC), an organization focused on student achievement and reduction of the achievement gap. He has served as a reading teacher, English teacher, AVID teacher, Assistant Principal and Associate Director of AVID Center Eastern Division. He served as Director of An Achievable Dream Academy, an inner city school that piloted many of the interventions used by Urban Learning and Leadership Center. An Achievable Dream Academy is a high performing, high poverty school that has received numerous national awards.

Dr. Hodge's career has been defined by assisting students and teachers overcome obstacles and achieve goals. He has served as an inspirational speaker across the United States and has been a guest lecturer at Christopher Newport University, Hampton University, North Carolina A&T State University and The George Washington University. Dr. Hodge is a trained facilitator for the (SREB) Leadership Initiative Modules “Leading Assessment and Instruction” and “Creating a High Performance Learning Culture”, and a trained assessor and facilitator in the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) “Developing the 21st Century Principal” program.

Prior to starting his career in education, Dr. Hodge distinguished himself in the service of our country with the 7th Infantry Division of the United States Army.

 

Principal Baruti KafelePrincipal Baruti Kafele

Based on Principal Kafele's best selling book, Closing the Attitude Gap: How to Fire Up Your Students to Strive for Success, Principal Kafele asserts that the various gaps in student achievement continue to rank amongst the most important discussions in education today. Equally important for educators is the continued lack of student motivation, undesirable student behaviors and apathy towards achievement across racial, ethnic and socioeconomic lines. In this high-energy, interactive workshop, Principal Kafele argues that one of the greatest difficulties to closing the various achievement gaps is the overwhelming assumption that achievement is in fact, the problem. He says that the achievement gap is a consequence of the failure to adequately address what he calls, the Attitude Gap (the gap between those students who have the will to strive for academic excellence and those who do not) that continues to persist in American classrooms.

 

Principal Salome Thomas-ELPrincipal Salome Thomas-EL

"Every child needs someone to be crazy about them." These are the words of Salome Thomas-EL, award-winning teacher, principal, and nationally recognized educator. They shape his lifelong commitment to answering the question, "How do we ensure that every child achieves their greatest potential?" This question lies at the heart of the national dialogue on education policy, the day in and day out work of school personnel, and the hopes of every parent. Central to this challenge is how we succeed with children who are facing the most serious barriers to success: poverty, violence, neglect, and low expectations.

For over 20 years, Principal EL has taken on this challenge with the absolute belief that every child can and will learn as long as adults in their world care enough to not give up. Starting as a teacher and chess coach at Vaux Middle School and through his years as principal at several traditional public and charter schools, Thomas-EL has transformed the attitudes and strategies of school staff, parents, and members of the community to help hundreds of troubled children not only graduate from high school but go on to earn higher degrees from major colleges and universities. He is currently the Head of School at Thomas Edison Charter School in Wilmington, Delaware. Principal EL received national acclaim as a teacher and chess coach at Vaux Middle School, where his students have gone on to win world recognition as Eight-Time National Chess Champions. He was a regular contributor on the first season of The Dr. Oz Show and is the author of the best-selling books, I Choose to Stay, about his Vaux Middle School experience, and The Immortality of Influence (foreword by Will Smith), which stresses the importance of leadership, mentoring, parenting, and service to others. The Walt Disney Company has optioned the movie rights to I Choose to Stay.

Thomas-EL speaks to groups across the country and frequently appears on C-SPAN, CNN, and NPR. Principal EL recently appeared on The Oprah Radio Network and was recognized by Reader's Digest as an "Inspiring American Icon."

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Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 Leadership Development One-Day Workshops for Principals, Assistant Principals, and School Administrators

All workshops are 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. and located in the Campbell Conference Center at Millsaps College.

Workshop A - September 19, 2019
Workshop B - October 10, 2019
Workshop C - November 14, 2019
Workshop D - December 5, 2019
Workshop E - January 9, 2020
Workshop F - February 6, 2020

 

Workshop A - "Putting the Pieces Together: Preventing Schools from Being Data-Rich But Information Poor"

September 19, 2019

Presenter: Dr. Tim Martin, Superintendent, Clinton Public Schools

In this first workshop in the series, "Putting the Pieces Together: Preventing Schools from Being Data-Rich But Information Poor," participants will be exposed to what it means to be a data-driven school or district. Real world experience along with research-based insight will be shared to give a deep understanding of the accountability process in Mississippi. Hands-on practice will also be utilized to allow participants the opportunity to analyze, prioritize and create an improvement plan from simulated data. School leaders will also review their current plans of improvement to determine whether the strategic planning process in place is a tool that will improve student achievement (actions that add value) or an end in itself. Administrators will be presented with strategies for consistent monitoring and evaluation of these plans and most importantly, leaders will become confident in the implementation of their strategic plans with the confidence that their professional practices truly will influence student achievement.

 

Workshop B - "Ethical Decision-Making"

October 10, 2019

Presenter: Dr. Tommye Henderson, Retired Superintendent, Clinton Public Schools, MC Professor, Consultant

In this second workshop, Dr. Henderson will address the issue of the importance of “Ethical Decision-Making.” Administrators have many ethical decisions they have to make so knowing and following the ethical code of conduct must become an important part of a school administrators’ daily decision-making as they deal with employee issues. Dr. Henderson will give participants scenarios in which they will decide how to handle various real-life work situations. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about situations. Dr. Henderson will be able to share a wealth of knowledge from her experiences as an administrator.

 

Workshop C - "Developing a Culture of Excellence"

November 14, 2019

Presenter: Charlotte Seals, Superintendent, Madison County Schools

In this third workshop, Charlotte will conduct a presentation on "Developing a Culture of Excellence." Participants will discover the critical elements for creating and sustaining a culture of excellence within the school. Learn about school culture and staff culture, two important aspects that are critical ingredients for building academic success. She will provide a hands-on experience for participants in which each will be able to evaluate a school environment and use effective strategies to make changes for improvement.

 

Workshop D - "Crucial Conversations with Teachers to Improve Instruction and Student Achievement"

December 5, 2019

Presenter: Dr. Donna Boone, Forrest County Agricultural High School District

This fourth workshop entitled "Crucial Conversations with Teachers to Improve Instruction and Student Achievement" will assist administrators with understanding the definition of a crucial conversation, identifying the skills needed to have a crucial conversation, and how to handle a conversation that turns crucial. Dr Boone will assist administrators on how to have conversations with teachers based on teacher practices and skills that affect student achievement by improving instruction. Administrators will be given instruction on how to develop teacher improvement plans that can be applied in their school setting.

 

Workshop E - "Prinicpal Effectiveness"

January 9, 2020

Presenter: Todd Whitaker, National Presenter

This 5th workshop will focus on Principal Effectiveness. Dr. Todd Whitaker has been fortunate to be able to blend his passion with his career. Recognized as a leading presenter in the field of education, his message about the importance of teaching has resonated with hundreds of thousands of educators around the world. Todd is a faculty member of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri and professor emeritus at Indiana State University. He has spent his life pursuing his love of education by researching and studying effective teachers and principals.

Prior to moving into higher education, he was a math teacher and basketball coach in Missouri. Todd then served as a principal at the middle school, junior high, and high school levels. He was also a middle school coordinator in charge of staffing, curriculum, and technology for the opening of new middle schools.

One of the nation’s leading authorities on staff motivation, teacher leadership, and principal effectiveness, Todd has written over 50 educational books including the national best seller,What Great Teachers Do Differently. Other titles include: Shifting The Monkey, What Great Principals Do Differently, Leading School Change, Ten-Minute Inservice, Your First Year and Motivating & Inspiring Teachers.

 

Workshop F - "Legal Issues in Schools"

February 6, 2020

Presenter: Jim Keith, Attorney, Adams and Reese, LLP

This sixth workshop entitled "Legal Issues in Schools" will assist administrators in making legally informed decisions regarding the day-to-day operations in schools. Participants will be able to develop skills to manage and handle parent conferences, teacher situations, parent-teacher situations, principal-teacher, and teacher-student situations effectively and within the legal boundaries required. A question and answer time will be provided to cover issues related to individual school districts. Participants will develop a plan to implement in their schools using this legal advice to address any individual school concerns.

 

Workshop Goals 

At the completion of a workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. develop evidence-based strategies to enhance student learning in their own school as evidenced on student assessment reports;
  2. develop evidence-based strategies to facilitate effective change in the school climate for optimal learning;
  3. acquire skills that will close the achievement gap for all students;
  4.  acquire skills needed to create an optimal learning environment for diverse learners;
  5. acquire skills needed to build a capacity of student learning by motivating teachers and students;
  6. acquire skills needed to make legally informed decisions of day-to-day school operations.

Full attendance is required by MDE to obtain semi or osl credits. You will only be given credit for time in attendance of workshops. (This includes time spent out of workshop on phone.)

 

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Workshop Speakers

Dr. Donna BooneDr. Donna Boone

Donna Boone is the superintendent for the Forrest County Agricultural High School District and is also on the Advisory Board. She has held positions in education across K-16 in Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, and Louisiana. She has served as a teacher, building administrator, professor, consultant, director, superintendent, and project manager. Dr. Boone holds a BS from the University of Central Florida, a Master's degree from Mississippi College, and a PhD from the University of Southern Mississippi. She has been recognized as Teacher of the Year, Administrator of the Year, Distinguished Service Award for Central Office Staff, and a Georgia Educational Celebrity and has served on numerous local and state committees. She is a former participant of the Millsaps Principals' Institute in 1999 and serves on the Millsaps Principals' Institute Advisory Board. Dr. Boone is committed to helping each student realize his/her full potential by building the capacity of all of those around her.

 

Tommye C. HendersonTommye C. Henderson

Tommye Henderson currently works for the Mississippi School Boards Association as the Superintendent Search Consultant and as a trainer and a facilitator. She retired from Mississippi College in 2017 after teaching in the Educational Leadership Department for nine years. She also served as the Coordinator for the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership with a Concentration in Curriculum and Instruction. She taught classes at the master’s, specialist, and doctoral levels.

In her former life in the public schools, she was superintendent of the Clinton Public School District for nine years. The district was a top achieving district during her tenure. During her 37 ½ years in education, she worked in eight different school districts. She taught every grade one through 12 (except grade 8) and served as an assistant superintendent, principal, and assistant principal. She has also been a Personnel Director, Grant Writer, Public Relations Director, and Staff Development Coordinator.

Dr. Henderson holds a B.S. degree in Elementary Education from the University of Southern Mississippi, a M.Ed. in Elementary Education, and an Ed.S. and Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Mississippi State University.

She is a former president of the Mississippi Association of School Administrators and was selected as the MS Superintendent of the Year in 2008. She has been the college and university representative on the AdvancEd Advisory Board since 2009. She recently received the 2018 Excellence in Education Award from AdvancEd which recognizes one individual in each state who has demonstrated unparalleled leadership in promoting and advancing excellence in leadership.

She is a member of Clinton First United Methodist Church where she serves as Chair of the Safe Sanctuary Task Force.

She is married to Tom Henderson. They reside in Clinton and have two adult daughters, Corley and Hollye.

 

James "Jim" KeithJim Keith

James "Jim" Keith has been practicing law since 1982. He joined Adams and Reese in 1996 and practices in the areas of employment, education and administrative law. A focused aspect of his practice involves the representation of educational entities, including school districts, community colleges and universities. He has contributed to the expansion of the Education practice across the firm. Mr.Keith presents in Mississippi and nationwide on issues involving the education of students with disabilities and other education topics. He has authored several special education articles and has contributed to national publications involving the education of students with disabilities. He advises universities and colleges on issues involving student rights. In 2006, Mr. Keith was awarded the Mississippi Association of School Administrators 2006 "Friend of Education" Award in appreciation of his dedicated support of public education.

In 2008, he received the Mississippi School Boards Association "Friend of Education" recognition for his work representing school districts throughout the State of Mississippi in State and Federal courts. This included employee matters, student issues, board/administration interaction and education of students with disabilities.

Mr. Keith is a Mississippi Bar Foundation Fellow. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from Mississippi State University in 1971, and a law degree from the University of Mississippi in 1982.

 

 

Dr. Tim MartinDr. Tim Martin

Dr. Tim Martin is the Assistant Superintendent of the Clinton Public School District in Clinton, MS. He previously served as a principal and assistant principal at the middle school level in Clinton, Jackson Public and Grenada School Districts. His teaching experience was at the middle school level teaching social studies. His school district has consistently remained at the highest academic level in the state for many years partially due to his leadership. He is a former participant of the Millsaps Principals' Institute of 1997.

 

Todd WhitakerTodd Whitaker

Dr. Todd Whitaker has been fortunate to be able to blend his passion with his career. Recognized as a leading presenter in the field of education, his message about the importance of teaching has resonated with hundreds of thousands of educators around the world. Todd is a faculty member of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri and professor emeritus at Indiana State University. He has spent his life pursuing his love of education by researching and studying effective teachers and principals.

Prior to moving into higher education, he was a math teacher and basketball coach in Missouri. Todd then served as a principal at the middle school, junior high, and high school levels. He was also a middle school coordinator in charge of staffing, curriculum, and technology for the opening of new middle schools.

One of the nation's leading authorities on staff motivation, teacher leadership, and principal effectiveness, Todd has written over 50 educational books including the national best seller,What Great Teachers Do Differently. Other titles include: Shifting The Monkey, What Great Principals Do Differently, Leading School Change, Ten-Minute Inservice, Your First Year and Motivating & Inspiring Teachers.

 

Charlotte SealsCharlotte Seals

Currently, Ms. Seals serves as Associate Superintendent of the Madison County School District, where she has been for 27 years. Previously, she has taught high school and middle school science as well as the roles of assistant principal and principal at the middle and elementary levels. She has a vast array of knowledge in the K-12 learning environment which she willingly shares with other educators across the state. She is proud to be a graduate of Millsaps College and has served on the Millsaps Principals' Institute Advisory Board for many years. In addition to these responsibilities, she is a wife and mother to two precious children.

 

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Registration Is Closed

Registration for the 2020 Principals' Institute is closed due to cancellation. For questions, please see the contact information below:

Millsaps College Principals’ Institute
c/o Cindy Martin, Ed.S., Director
Box 150082
1701 North State Street
Jackson, Mississippi 39210-0001

Office: 601.974.1354
Cell: 601.331.1744
Fax: 601.974.1397

Email: martice@millsaps.edu

Cancellation Policy: Full refund if cancelled before April 5, 2019. Cancellations after April 5 and before May 10, will be given 50 percent of the fee back. All cancellations after May 10 require full payment without a refund.

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Sponsors

 

Bronze Sponsor

 

 

Amethyst Sponsors

 

 

 

Find out more about sponsor levels.

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Advisory Board

Teresa Duke, Chair
Federal Programs, Clinton Public School District

Jarrod Bohannon
Principal, Baxterville School

Dr. Donna Boone
Superintendent, Forrest County Agricultural High School District

Dr. Greg Carlyle
Principal, Heritage Academy

Dr. Tracey Gregory
Assistant Professor, Belhaven College

Dr. Sara Harper
Principal, McWillie Elementary School

 

Bobby Hathorn
Principal (Retired), Clinton Public School District

Xavier Hodo
Principal, Leflore County High School

Chris Perritt
Principal, Germantown Middle School

Charlotte Seals
Superintendent of Madison Schools

Temeka Shannon
Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Aberdeen School District

Dr. Catherine Wasson
Professor, Belhaven College

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Contact Us

For more information regarding any of these programs and sponsorships, contact Cindy Martin, Director of the Principals' Institute, at 601.974.1354.

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