Brandy Wall obtained her Master in Education from Park University and started her teaching career in 1995. Her 25 years in education includes classroom teacher, instructional coach, professional learning coordinator and assistant principal. This year she is honored move from Interim to Principal of Celia Clinton Elementary School.
The Principal’s message to the Cougar Families:
To The Student: This year might not begin the way you dreamed, but together we will make sure that you are able to meet the academic goals needed to be prepared for your next steps towards college and career readiness as well as participating in classroom and school-wide activities that create an environment that is engaging, inclusive, nurturing.
Celia Clinton believes in the idea of “One Team and One Mission!” The Cougar community will support you in a virtual, distant, hybrid, or traditional environment to make sure that you are able to build the skills set that will be needed to be successful. You will learn to not be afraid to tackle ambitious goals, understand that failure just means not YET, and foster an understanding of empathy towards others.
I look forward to “Zooming” with you soon.
To The Parent: As the protector of your child, the uncertainty surrounding the world around us might be making you anxious and unsure about this school year. The Celia Clinton family wants you to know that our priority is the education and safety of your child. We have been planning for the relaunch of school for the past four months. We are determined to not let the environment that we are in, such as virtual or hybrid, become a barrier as we move towards our mission: build the skills set of every student so that they are not afraid to tackle ambitious goals, always know that failure just means not YET, and instill an understanding of empathy towards others.
As we move through this school year, please contact me if there are any questions that you have, ideas that you would like to share, or concerns you want addressed. This year we are going to model resilience for our students so that they know that as long as we work as a team, it does not matter what barriers are put in front of us, their families, the community and the staff will always make sure they are able to meet their academic and social needs so that they are one step closer to being college and career ready.
I am a Tulsa McLain graduate. I received my bachelors degree in elementary education from Northeastern State University. I studied Educational Supervision and Curriculum Instruction at the University of Oklahoma where I earned my Masters of Education. I have taught middle school English and Math. I have taught grades 3-6 in elementary school.
I was awarded the Golden Apple Award in December of 2019 along with being voted teacher of the year for the second year in a row in 2019. I have three amazing adult children: a son and twin girls.
My strengths are making authentic connections with my scholars and their families. I just love teaching and helping kids grow.