By: Staff Reports | GwinnettCitizen.com

The Gwinnett County Board of Education named new leaders for two middle schools and an elementary school at its June 21 meeting. Jeremy Reily, an assistant principal at Peachtree Ridge High School, will be the principal of Bay Creek Middle School.

The school’s current principal, Dr. Maggie Fehrman, is taking a position in another school district. The Board also tapped Todd Marschke, principal of GIVE Center West, to lead Pinckneyville Middle School. He will succeed Marci Sledge who is the new principal at Discovery High School. Suwanee Elementary School’s new principal will be Mary Taylor. Ms. Taylor, an assistant principal at Cooper Elementary, will replace Emily Keag who is the new Director of Instructional Support.

Jeremy220Jeremy Reily, Principal of Bay Creek Middle School 

Employment:
2017- Present Assistant Principal,
Peachtree Ridge High School
2013-2017 Assistant Principal,
Snellville Middle School
2012-2013 Teacher,
Archer High School
2006-2012 Teacher,
Berkmar High School

Education:
Bachelor’s degree in History and English — Pensacola Christian College (FL)
Master’s degree in Social Studies Education — Georgia State University
Specialist’s degree in Educational Administration and Policy — University of Georgia

Mr. Reily is a 2017 graduate of the Gwinnett County Public Schools Quality-Plus Leader Academy Aspiring Principal Program.

Todd220Todd Marschke, Principal of Pinckneyville Middle School

Employment:
2012- Present Principal,
GIVE Center West
2009-2012 Assistant Principal,
GIVE Center West
2007-2009 Teacher,
Lanier Middle School
1998-2007 Teacher,
Crews Middle School

Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Middle Grades Education — Georgia State University
Master’s degree in Middle Grades Education — Brenau University
Specialist’s degree in Educational Leadership — Lincoln Memorial University

Mr. Marschke is a 2012 graduate of the Gwinnett County Public Schools Quality-Plus Leader Academy Aspiring Principal Program.

Mary220Mary Taylor, Principal of Suwanee Elementary School

Employment:
2012- Present Assistant Principal,
Cooper Elementary School
2006-2012 Teacher,
Five Forks Middle School
2003-2006 Teacher,
Creekland Middle School

Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Middle Grades Education — Kennesaw State University
Master’s degree in Curriculum Instruction and Assessment — Walden University
Specialist’s degree in Educational Administration and Policy — University of Georgia

Ms. Taylor is a 2017 graduate of the Gwinnett County Public Schools Quality-Plus Leader Academy Aspiring Principal Program.

Published: 2018-06-25 01:40