Principal Jackson-Muir Named FCPS' 2018 Outstanding Principal!
Ms Goldman, Ms. Matthews, and Ms. Lake were also recognized at FCPS Honors
Congratulations to Principal Keesha Jackson-Muir who was recognized at the annual FCPS Honors event as the 2018 Outstanding Principal!
Keesha is a focused leader who knows everyone in the Braddock Elementary community by name and need. Her emphasis on life-long learning inspires teachers to push limits. Extra resources support experiences like coding starting in pre-K and a Global STEAM partnership with a school in Guatemala. An advocate for the school’s diversity (students come from 29 countries and speak 32 languages), Keesha expanded minority participation in the Advanced Academic Program. She also implemented 2-way immersion in K-5 to increase student literacy in their home language and improve English skills. “Under her guidance,” says a partner, “Braddock Elementary does not back down from a challenge.”
Congratulations also to the other Braddock Elementary School staff members recognized at the event.
Outstanding Elementary New Teacher School-level Recipient
- Marissa Goldman, Third Grade Teacher
Outstanding Elementary Teacher School and Pyramid-level Recipient
- Joyce Matthews, STEM Resource Teacher
Outstanding School-based Support Employee School-level Recipient
- Jakelin Lake, Parent Liaison
Thank you to Mattie Fallen for all of the hard work with the nomination process by serving as this year's awards liaison!