Bellevue Middle Prep Welcomes Our New Principal,
I was born and raised in Northeastern Ohio along the shores of Lake Erie just east of Cleveland. I earned my bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Cleveland State University. I spent the first three years following my graduation working as a substitute teacher and subsequently as an elementary school special education assistant. In 2002 I accepted a teaching position with the Williamson County School District at Fairview Middle School and, along with my family, relocated to Fairview, TN. I spent eight years teaching sixth and seventh grade math and science at Fairview Middle School. In 2007 I was recognized as the Teacher of the Year. In 2010 I accepted an assistant principal position at Page High School in Franklin, TN. During my five years at Page High we were honored with a National Blue Ribbon Award and recognized as a Top 500 High School in America by Newsweek Magazine. I strongly believe that the single most important aspect of teaching and learning is relationships. I have worked hard my whole life on building deep, meaningful relationships with the students I have taught and the adults I have worked beside.
I will always be a father and husband first. With that said, no bio would be complete without mentioning the most important people in my life. I have two brilliant and beautiful daughters, Gabriella and Rhianna. I also have an amazing son, John. And finally, I would not be the man I am without the unconditional love of my wife, Maarika Mann.
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TRUST and BELIEVE, educators at BMS are preparing our students for the future! TRUST & BELIEVE because:
· BMS will be the #1 choice school in MNPS!
· BMS educators are genuinely concerned about the welfare of our students!
· BMS educators know our students!
· BMS has a culture of wanting to do better!
· BMS has the strengths that can/should be highlighted and built upon!
· BMS is flexible!
· BMS is a place where we can contribute to the universe!
· BMS will see big changes!
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