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Administration

Principal - Ms. Joey Moss Email Ms. Moss

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Meet Clark Creek Elementary STEM Academy’s principal, Ms. Joey Moss!  Ms. Moss is a Cherokee County native and proudly serves her community.  Ms. Moss began her teaching career with Cherokee County School District twenty years ago.  Her teaching experience includes ten years in the classroom at Woodstock Middle and Carmel Elementary, and ten years in leadership as a Teacher on Special Assignment for the District in the area of Professional Development, an Assistant Principal at Woodstock Middle and Principal at Boston Elementary. Ms. Moss earned her bachelor’s degree in Middle Grades Education from Kennesaw State University.  She has also obtained a master’s and specialist’s degrees in curriculum and instruction from Brenau University.  Additionally, Ms. Moss completed her leadership certification at her alma mater, Kennesaw State University.  Ms. Moss feels strongly that you should never stop learning!  She is looking forward to serving Clark Creek’s Red Hawk Nation!

Ms. Moss, along with her husband and two sons, are actively involved in the community. Ms. Moss enjoys spending time with her family and friends more than anything else.  She quotes that as Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”  Ms. Moss believes that as parents, faculty and staff, and students join together, trails will continue to be blazed!

 

 

Assistant Principal, Ms. Susan Bruno Email Ms. Bruno

Susan Bruno

Ms. Susan Bruno is a Wisconsin native, receiving her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education degree from the University of Wisconsin.  She has lived in Georgia since 1991, earning both her Master of Education in Special Education and Educational Leadership degrees from Kennesaw State University, and an Education Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Piedmont University.

This is Ms. Bruno’s 30th year in education and she has enjoyed a variety of valuable career experiences in both Texas and Georgia.  Her prior positions include high school Social Studies teacher, Education Coordinator of a juvenile correctional program, Coordinator of a Psychoeducational Program, and positions within the CCSD Special Education Department as Facilitator and then Lead Facilitator.  Ms. Bruno has also previously served as Assistant Principal at Indian Knoll Elementary.

Ms. Bruno has one son, Nick, 21 years old, who is starting his fourth year at Georgia State University, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Government/Public Policy.  Nick is actively involved in the Sigma Nu Fraternity.

Ms. Bruno has a variety of interests outside of school, including spending time with friends and family, travel, playing team trivia, piano, home improvement projects, and attending sporting events and concerts.   Ms. Bruno is excited about the opportunity to serve as Assistant Principal at Clark Creek Elementary School, and working with the students, families, staff members, and other stakeholders.  She looks forward to a fantastic 2018-2019 school year!

 

Assistant Principal, Ms. Lee Davis Email Ms. Davis

Lee Davis, Teacher on Special Assignment

I’m very excited to be offered the opportunity to work with a dynamic team in a growing school.  Clark Creek Elementary STEM Academy is certainly a “place to be” assignment.  Eleven years ago, I began my teaching career with Cherokee County School District.  My teaching experiences include all grade levels and a variety of classroom environments at Oak Grove Elementary and Indian Knoll Elementary.  I have served students from the grade level classroom to gifted resource to a STEM specials rotation.  Last year, I was fortunate to be named as the Instructional Lead Strategist at Indian Knoll, and I have immensely enjoyed my time as an ILS.  I earned my bachelors degree in business from Kennesaw State University and my masters in education from Western Governors University.  Over the last decade, I have obtained a specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Piedmont College along with various other endorsements including gifted, science, and coaching. Over the summer,  I will begin my leadership certification through Piedmont College. I believe in being a life-long learner.

 

My family lives in the Holly Springs area near Sixes Road.  I have a husband, Bruce, and our son, Mack, is a product of CCSD via Cherokee High School.  We very much enjoy being involved with our family, and we have a niece and nephew at Hickory Flat Elementary. As a proud graduate of Etowah High School, my roots are planted deeply in Cherokee County, and I am honored to serve our community.

 

 

Assistant Principal, Mr. Jonathan Hall  Email Mr. Hall

Mr. Jonathan Hall, Assistant Principal

 

Mr. Jonathan Hall is an Indiana native who received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Speech Communication from Ball State University.  He has lived in Georgia since 1991. He earned  his Master's Degree in Special Education from University of West Georgia  and then later a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership.

This is Mr. Hall’s 24th year in education, all in Cherokee County.   His prior positions include special education teacher at Sixes Elementary School, Assistant Principal at Carmel and Holly Springs Elementary School.  Mr. Hall also served as Principal at Holly Springs and Free Home Elementary School.  Mr. Hall has been in the Army Reserves for 28 years where he is Master Sergeant Hall. He deployed to Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan, where he proudly served our U.S. Military.  Upon his return, he spent 4 years as assistant principal at Woodstock Middle School.  Mr. Hall most recently served as Assistant Principal at Woodstock Elementary.

Mr. Hall has been married for 30 years to Jennifer Hall and she is a teacher at Sixes Elementary School.  They have 2 sons, David, 24, who is starting his final year at Abraham Baldwin College, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Agriculture and Adam, 15, a sophomore at Sequoyah High School who also is working on his Eagle Scout rank. 

Mr. Hall has a variety of interests outside of school, including spending time with family, Scouting, traveling, water sports, and attending sporting events and concerts.   Mr. Hall is excited about the opportunity to serve Clark Creek Elementary School. He looks forward to working with the students, families, staff members, and the Clark Creek Community.