I am so excited and honored to be the new principal of Long Meadow Elementary. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you.
I have been a part of Rochester Community Schools for 18 years. For the past six years, I have served as the assistant principal at Rochester and Stoney Creek High Schools. Before that, I taught for 12 years at Rochester Adams High School, where I was involved with coaching, clubs, and student activities. As a teacher and administrator, I have so many great memories that revolve around building relationships and experiences with students and staff.
I am married with three kids and take great joy in volunteering during their activities. Until this year, all three attended Musson Elementary. Our oldest, Kaline, is now off on a new adventure to middle school.
I am beyond excited to have this opportunity to become a part of your Long Meadow family. When I look at the traditions, school culture, and learning opportunities students have within our school, I really can’t wait to get started.
I also can’t wait to meet you and learn more about you. Together, I am confident that we can continue the mission to provide our students with a quality education in a caring, cooperative, and nurturing environment.
I look forward to listening, learning, and engaging in our school community. As a parent and an educator, I value the relationships and connections that help our students grow socially, emotionally and academically.
I feel fortunate to be welcomed into the Long Meadow School community. I am looking forward to joining you and sharing in your child’s educational journey.
The Oakland County Health Division requires masks be worn by all students, teachers, staff and community members while inside a school building or structure, regardless of vaccination status. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also requires masks to be worn on school buses.