The Prowler

Terrence Fitzgerald (right) helps a student on an English assignment. “If my students don’t leave my English class feeling tired, I’m not doing something right,” Fitzgerald said.

Terence Fitzgerald

September 25, 2018

“I like speech and debate because it gives kids an opportunity to demonstrate their public speaking skills, but also their ability to critically analyze, to expound upon ideals, and to discuss ideas with other students and to work on persuasive skills.”

Gibbons (middle) poses with students from a team sports class.

Charlemagne Gibbons

September 22, 2018

“I wanted to spend more time with my family and kids,” Gibbons said. “Best way to do that is get back into high school basketball.”

Anna Hart

Anna Hart

September 18, 2018

”It’s my job to be the best version on myself everyday that I can be."

Sarah DesLaurier

Sarah DesLaurier

September 17, 2018

“I’m responsible for keeping track of daily attendance, keeping track of tardies and absences, helping the kids check in from dual enrollment, and just kind of keeping track of where everyone is on a day to day basis."

Scott Robinson

Scott Robinson

September 7, 2018

"Education is a journey of learning and exploration. To learn, we must take chances."

Amy Hinote

Amy Hinote

August 24, 2018

“Physical science is both chemistry and physics together, and there’s just so much there and so many activities and different projects and things that you can do with that."

Toyin Mafe teaches her chemistry class about significant figures. Mafe joins the Starr’s Mill staff after previously teaching at Riverdale High School.

Dr. Toyin Mafe

August 23, 2018

“I believe that I have something to offer, something to put on the table because of my research background."

Brandi Meeks, the new assistant principal at Starr’s Mill, has returned. After teaching Spanish for 21 years, Meeks has stepped up to take an administrative position.

Brandi Meeks

August 20, 2018

“I really enjoyed people from other cultures and people that spoke other languages and I thought it would be a lot of fun to teach people to talk to each other,” Meeks said.