About Our Administrators

Dr. Kerry Gray

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Dr. Kerry Gray

Dr. Gray is a self-motivated educator, committed to keeping expectations high and dedicated to achieving positive results. He is an effective communicator, team player and facilitator of student learning, with a desire to collaborate with a progressive and challenging community of learners. Dr. Gray is a data-driven administrator, committed to using information and resources to make the best decisions with the goal of producing measurable growth in student achievement. 

Dr. Gray has experience in Common Core Standards, literacy coaching, assessment development, differentiated instruction, school-wide discipline strategies, and best teaching practices. He holds Doctorate and Education Specialist degrees in Education Administration from Mississippi State University, and Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Education from Alcorn State University.

Dr. Erica Gee-Bradley

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Dr. Erica Gee-Bradley

Dr. Gee-Bradley brings over 25 years of experience working in the Jackson Public School District. She has served generations of scholars and parents in the capacity of a classroom teacher, Assistant Principal, and Principal.  After 13 years of dedicated leaderships as principal of Galloway Elementary School, she proudly accepted the invitation to leap into secondary leadership at the high school level. Dr. Gee-Bradley currently serves as Assistant Principal and 9th Grade Academy Instructional Administrator at Provine High School.

Dr. Bradley received her Doctorate of Philosophy in Education Administration and Supervision from Jackson State University. She received her Master of Science in Education Administration and Supervision from Jackson State University. Dr. Gee-Bradley graduated with honors from Tougaloo College with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education.

Mr. Charles Lesure

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Mr. Charles Lesure

Mr. Lesure has worked in Education for the last 21 years. He has served in the capacity of classroom teacher, assistant principal, director of an alternative school, and principal. During his first six years as an administrator, he helped to move his alma mater, Holly Springs High School, from failing to high performing. He later became the principal of Byhalia High School in the Marshall County School District. He led Byhalia High School and HW Byers High School from failing to successful.

Mr. Lesure received a Bachelor of Science from Rust College and a Master of Educational Leadership from the University of Mississippi. A committed life-long learner, he recently completing the National Institute for School Leaders. 

 

 

Last Modified on July 9, 2019