Principals Corner

Dr. Kelley Weiss

photo of principal, Dr. Weiss

Dr. Weiss has been an assistant superintendent for the past year in charge of curriculum development and teacher evaluation. She is passionate about the drive for excellence for children. Weiss has spent six years in school administration, and she taught for eight years. Weiss was the principal at Enfield Station School from 2012 to 2017. She also spent two years as principal and assistant principal at Millinocket, Maine. Classroom experience for Weiss was as a science teacher at Old Town High School in Maine. Weiss’ experience as a school administrator and in leadership was high on the list of professional experiences desired by parents at Alpine Crest.

Weiss holds a bachelor’s degree from Coastal Carolina University; a master’s from the University of Maine, and a doctorate from Liberty University.

“I am looking forward to getting to know all the students and their families that are part of the community, and I can’t wait to see teachers and students working in our STEAM lab and the outdoor learning spaces,” said Weiss. “I am keeping a spare pair of muck boots in my office, so I am always prepared for an outdoor adventure with the students.”

Weiss plans to meet with all of the educators at Alpine Crest as her first order of business to set goals for continuing and building on the staff’s work to increase student achievement. “As well as having an open house to hear from the community as to what they love about Alpine Crest and how we can work together to give students the best learning experiences possible,” Weiss added.


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