PRINCIPAL

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Tougaloo College Bachelor of Arts in English Union University Master of Arts in Education Currently attending University of Phoenix for Ed.D. Educational Leadership with Specialization in Curriculum in Instruction

Mrs. DANELLE BERRY-LEACH

Hailing from a small town called Cary, MS, Danielle Berry-Leach has served in Education for the last 15 years. She served as an English Educator for over 10 years and has served as an Instructional Leader since 2016. Currently resides in Cordova, TN with her husband Demetrius Leach who is also a devoted coach and educator. They have three children Allison 23, Michael 12, and DeVaughn 15 months old. She has worked in several capacities such as Head of School, Curriculum Developer, and Dean of Instruction. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc and was initiated into the Gamma Omicron Chapter of Tougaloo College, the premiere chapter. She is currently an active member of the graduate chapter Beta Epsilon Omega. She is currently working toward the completion of her Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction. Her hobbies are traveling, watching the Tennessee Titans, cooking, sewing/quilting, reading, mentoring, crafting, and spending quality time with loved ones. Education is very personal for her as she has experienced firsthand the impact of being given a false sense of success due to the lack of exposure to rigorous text and task. She has had the esteemed honor of being a part of New Leaders Emerging Leaders and Aspiring Principals Cohort along with Memphis ILPD Relay cohort 2018-2020.

  

VICE PRINCIPAL

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Dr. NEWMAN C ROBERTSON

ASSISSTANT PRINCIPAL

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Ms. SHERRY C MCKINNEY

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

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Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature Master of Arts in Education Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy

Dr. RHONDA M. ANTHONY

Dr. Rhonda Anthony has served as an educator in the legacy Memphis City Schools/Shelby County Schools system for eleven years.  She began her career as a 9th grade English teacher and later served as a 7th and 8th Grade ELA teacher. She has also had many teacher-leader roles, including Common Core Lead, Grade Level Chairperson, Master Teacher, and ILT Content Lead.  Prior to assuming the role of Assistant Principal at Mt. Pisgah, Dr. Anthony served as a PLC Coach, RTI Lead, Title 1 Coordinator, and ILT Admin Lead for ELA.  

Dr. Anthony obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature with a minor in History from the University of Oklahoma.  She went on to obtain a Master of Arts in Education from Union University, and recently defended her dissertation to obtain a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Memphis.  Dr. Anthony has a passion for equity in education and culturally responsive pedagogy in urban schools.

PLC COACH

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Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in History Master in the Art of Teaching degree in Special Education Education Specialist degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Supervision

Mrs. TARVIS L. MULL

Tarvis Williams-Mull has been an educator for eleven years. Mrs. Mull's service as an educator spans across three local school districts, both as a classroom teacher and in various teacher support roles. Mrs. Mull has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in History, a Master in the Art of Teaching degree in Special Education, and an Education Specialist degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Supervision.

Mrs. Mull began her teaching career as a high school, special education algebra I and English 9 inclusion teacher. Before leaving the classroom, Mrs. Mull also served as a middle school content inclusion teacher, a 7th and 8th-grade science teacher, and an AVID elective teacher.

Before joining the Mt. Pisgah faculty in 2016, Mrs. Mull served as the Director of Special Education for the five direct-run Achievement Schools. In this role, Mrs. Mull was responsible for developing and monitoring an annual budget, developing and evaluating special programs, planning and facilitating staff development, as well as serving on various teams and committees.