Administrators

Stacey Brown 2019 Niki Blackmon
Stacey Brown   Principal              
Dr. Nikisha Blackmon Principal Intern 

 

Message From Our Principal

Hello, my name is Stacey M. Brown and I am the proud principal of William Tyler Page Elementary.

I am a lifelong Montgomery County resident and product of Montgomery County Public Schools. Growing up in Takoma Park, Maryland, I attended Takoma Park and Piney Branch Elementary schools, Takoma Middle (Junior High) School and Montgomery Blair High School.  I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Spelman College, and my Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Bowie State University.  I also earned a Master of Library Science degree from University of Maryland and an Administrative and Supervisory certification from McDaniel College. 

I have worked for Montgomery County Public Schools for over 20 years, as a teacher, media specialist and administrator. 

During my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, going to the movies and traveling.

I look forward to a highly productive school year and continuing to foster relationships with the William Tyler Page community.  I love being a Page Penguin!!

I can be reached at 301-989-5672 or through email at Stacey_M_Brown@mcpsmd.org

Education

  • Administrative Certification, McDaniel College
  • Masters of Science Library Science, University of Maryland
  • Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education Bowie State University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Economics Spelman College

Work History

  • Principal, William Tyler Page Elementary, MCPS (current)
  • Acting Principal, William Tyler Page Elementary, MCPS (1 year)
  • Assistant Principal/Principal Intern, Great Seneca Creek Elementary, MCPS (1 year)
  • Assistant Principal, Waters Landing Elementary School, MCPS (1 year)
  • Assistant Principal, Thurgood Marshall Elementary School, MCPS (3 years)
  • Media Specialist, Judith A. Resnik Elementary School, MCPS (8 years)

Classroom Teacher, Viers Mill Elementary School, MCPS (9 years)

Message From Our Principal Intern

 

 

Hello my name is Nikisha Blackmon and I am incredibly honored and excited to join the William Tyler Page Elementary staff and community as the Principal Intern for the 2020 - 2021 school year. 

I earned my undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from Coppin State University, a Masters of Education in Early Childhood and Elementary Education and a Doctorate of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I also have an Advanced Professional Certificate in School Improvement Leadership with an Administration certification from Goucher College. 

I have been an educator for 20 years, as a classroom teacher, reading specialist, instructional coach, academy coordinator, assistant principal, and instructor of education courses on the undergraduate level at the University of Illinois.  I am entering my third year as an administrator in Montgomery County Public Schools with previous experiences in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and the District of Columbia Public Schools. 

I was born and raised in Baltimore and currently live in Prince George’s County, Maryland. During my spare time I enjoy shopping, reading, spending time with my family, traveling, and watching football and basketball games. 

As a career educator, I am passionate about the development and academic success of all students and I look forward to working and building relationships with all of the amazing William Tyler Page Elementary School students, staff, and community members.  I am so excited to be a Page Penguin!!!!

I can be reached at 301-989-5672 or through email at nikisha_l_blackmon@mcpsmd.org

Work History

  • Assistant Principal, Sherwood Elementary School, Montgomery County Public Schools (2 years)

  • Assistant Principal, District of Columbia Public Schools (4 years)

  • Academy Coordinator, District of Columbia PublicSchools  (1 year)

  • Instructional Coach, District of Columbia Public Schools (2 years)

  • Research Assistant and Instructor of Undergraduate Education Courses, University of Illinois (3 years)

  • Reading Specialist, Baltimore County Public Schools (1 year)

  • Classroom teacher, Baltimore City Public School (6 years)

 

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