New Administrator Appointments (10-17-17)
New Administrator Appointments (10-17-17)
Posted on 10/18/2017
New Administrative Appointment Stock PhotoOn October 17, the Osceola County School Board approved the following administrative appointments:











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Trenisha Simmons, Coordinator of Early Childhood and Extended Day
Throughout her career, Trenisha Simmons has held the following positions: Beginning Reader Specialist at Sylvan Learning Center (1999-2001); Teacher at Deerwood Elementary (1997-2000); Curriculum Specialist (2000-2005); Assistant Principal at Chestnut Elementary School for Science and Engineering (2005-2012); Principal at Central Avenue Elementary (2012-2016); and Assistant Principal at Pleasant Hill Elementary (2016-present). She received her bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Bethune-Cookman College and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.


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Erica Walters, Assistant Principal for Instruction at Poinciana High
Throughout her career, Erica Walters has held the following positions: Teacher at New Beginnings Educational Complex (2007-2009): Teacher and Dean of Students at Celebration High (2009-2015); and Dean of Students and Assistant Principal for College and Career at Poinciana High (2015 – present). She received her bachelor's degree in Integrated Language Arts from Kent State University and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Stetson University.


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Katie Adams, Assistant Principal at Pleasant Hill Elementary
During her career with the Osceola School District, Katie Adams has held the following positions: Reading and Language Arts Teacher (2007-2008), Physical Education/Health Teacher (2008-2012), and Dean of Students at Neptune Middle School (2013-2014); and Assistant Principal at Flora Ridge Elementary (2014 – present). She received her bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Rhode Island and a master's degree in Educational Leadership from American College of Education.

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