Roswell High School Announces New Assistant Principal
Roswell High School is excited to announce that a new assistant principal will be joining the administration team for the new 2021-22 academic year. Tonekia L. Phairr brings over 15 years of administrative experience.
“Ms. Phairr brings a valuable perspective to our leadership team that includes fostering student achievement and development, instructional leadership and assessment, and meeting the diverse needs of students,” said Principal Dr. Robert Shaw. “We’re very excited she’ll be a part of Roswell High School.”
Most recently, Phairr has been an associate administrator with Fulton County Schools where her focus was standardized testing. She has also worked as a workshop consultant for the Advanced Placement U.S. History program. Phairr has previously held teaching positions in Fulton County, Cobb County and Clayton County. And, she has extensive experience as a professional development presenter at educational workshops across the country.
“My experience as an associate administrator, working with various departments and professional learning communities on improving instructional practices, supporting student management, monitoring school profile data, analyzing school data for results and working on special projects will easily translate to my new role as assistant principal,” said Phairr. “I look forward to joining the Roswell High School team and community to continue the work of supporting students’ success.”
Phairr holds a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Curriculum Instruction from Grand Canyon University, a Master of Business Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management, and a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Art from Valdosta State University. Phairr is earning a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Trevecca University and expects to graduate in 2022.