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FT SCHOOL BOARD
** Teresa A. Brown as principal at Thompson Crossing Elementary School at an annual salary of $85,000, plus administrative benefits.
She will replace Marilyn Sudsberry, the school's interim principal for the 2007-08 academic year.
A 1982 Manual High School graduate, Brown majored in Elementary Education at Franklin College, and in December of 1995 completed a Master's Degree in School Administration at Butler University.
Brown is presently the principal of Bob Sikes Elementary School in Okaloosa County Schools in Florida.
In Indiana, Brown served as principal at the following schools - Wheeler Elementary School (Speedway City Schools) in 2006-07, Mill Creek East Elementary School and Cascade Middle School (Mill Creek Community Schools in Hendricks County) from 2001-06, and Loper Elementary School in Shelbyville from 1997-2001.
She also served as assistant principal in Decatur Township elementary schools from 1994-97.
teaching background includes elementary school classrooms in Decatur Township (1988-94) and Indianapolis Public Schools
Brown will begin her duties at Thompson Crossing Elementary School on July 1.
Teresa Brown, Principal of ...
Teresa Brown, Principal of Thompson Crossing Elementary was caught off guard at the student's monthly Team Time meeting.
Brown was presented a plaque from the parents, teachers, and staff that read:
, who is just completing her
first year as principal at Thompson Crossing
, holds Team Time at the school each month to foster school spirit and honor those students who have had perfect attendance, passed a difficult test and even those who are simply quiet in the halls.
We are very fortunate to have Mrs. Brown
guiding this school.
Along with the plaque, the parents, teachers, and staff also made a donation in Brown's
name to the Franklin Township Education Foundation
whose mission is to provide grants for teachers.
After receiving the plaque, Brown
and two staff members took their team spirit attitude even further and allowed 4th grade students to throw whip cream pies in their face.
The students won a penny war fundraiser that will benefit Indiana Canine Assistance Network.
aims high both personally and professionally.