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Meet the New Mustangs

Administrators

Scott Chapman, Ed.D - Assistant Principal

Scott Chapman

Hello, Mustangs!  After graduating from Chattooga High School in the Appalachian foothills, I moved to Statesboro to attend Georgia Southern University, where I earned my BSEd and MSEd in Middle Grades Education.  Hail Southern!  I later obtained my Doctorate Degree in Teacher Leadership from Walden University.  During my 24 years in public education (23 years at William James Middle School in Statesboro), I have taught Math, Life Science, ELA, and Health and PE.  Many in Statesboro know me as Coach Chapman, having coached football, basketball, track, and soccer for many years.  After leaving the classroom, I have served as a PLC Coordinator, RTI Coordinator, Assistant Principal, and Principal.

I recently stepped down as Principal to spend more time with my amazing wife, Blair, and our 2 incredibly fun daughters, Peyton (12) and Merrin (10).  We enjoy camping, kayaking, splashing in waterfalls, and playing board games as often as possible.  

I am beyond excited to start a new chapter in my career as Assistant Principal here at Mill Creek and learn about the magic that happens in elementary schools.  I look forward to ensuring everyone feels safe and supported here at the Creek and that everyone, teachers and students, grows to their maximum potential.  Go Mustangs!

Tammy Francis - Assistant Principal

Tammy Francis

My name is Tammy Francis, and I am honored to be on TEAM Mill Creek Elementary School, the Motivated Mustangs!  I will be serving as one of our assistant principals this year.

The essence of being a school administrator is being a teacher at heart.  The multifaceted experiences in my life consistently reveal my purpose on Earth:  To touch the lives of others in meaningful ways through teaching.  Teaching includes leading, building relationships, learning, and growing.  I believe this is my calling because I enjoy working with students, staff, and other stakeholders today, in the role of an administrator, just as much as I did when I started as a classroom teacher.  As an administrator, I have the opportunity to work with more individuals on a broader scale.  My dedication and commitment to education is evident through a career that spans close to three dazzling decades! 

My passion for learning prompted me to pursue and earn an undergraduate and postgraduate degrees:

  • Bachelor or Science in Middle Grades Education

  • Master of Science in Education

  • Education Specialist in Elementary/Middle School Education

  • Education Specialist in Educational Leadership

As a classroom teacher and administrator, I’ve been blessed to work with individuals in multiple capacities at various levels:  daycare, Pre-K, elementary, middle, high, and at the collegiate level with student teachers and their supervisors.  I will forever be grateful for the opportunities as well as the invaluable knowledge gained from each of them. 

My hobbies and favorite things include singing, reading inspirationals, occasional baking, and repotting plants.  Acquiring a green thumb is a work in progress!  In addition to my amazing work families, I appreciate relationships with God, family, and friends.

Like teaching, administration is challenging at times, yet very rewarding;  I look forward to sharing in the responsibility of learning, growing, and shaping our future – OUR STUDENTS – our most precious resources.  Let us have an awesome year as we work together in “Constructing a Brighter Future.”

Teachers

Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson

Hello Mustangs!

After graduating from Statesboro High School, I went on to Georgia Southern University to study Information Technology. After two years as an I.T. major, I changed my major to Music Education. After graduating, I moved to Tampa Bay Florida to teach middle school band at Tomlin Middle School. I spent 10 years building a successful band program achieving some of the highest rankings the school had ever received. I have taught many different musical subjects, including but not limited, to percussion, chorus, general music, and guitar. 

After COVID, we decided to move back to Georgia to be with family. I then worked for two years as an Educational Sales Representative for Music & Arts servicing all of southeast Georgia and the Southern part of Bluffton, South Carolina. While I enjoyed my time with Music & Arts, I missed molding the next generation of musicians. That makes me so excited to be a part of Mill Creek Elementary and Bulloch County Schools. 

Some of my hobbies include billiards, woodworking, pc games, landscaping and gardening. Most importantly, I love spending time with my wife and my dogs. 

Words of Wisdom 

“Practice makes permanent NOT perfect.”  “Failure is the tool we use to build success.” 
 

Maggie Barnes

Maggie Barnes

Hi, Mustang Family! My name is Maggie Barnes, and I am a second year teacher here at MCES. I am originally from Waycross, Georgia, but I absolutely fell in love with Statesboro while obtaining my Bachelor's of Education and SPED certification from Georgia Southern University. I happily accepted a position here at MCES as a second and third grade EBD teacher! From an early age I knew I wanted to work with students with special needs, and am very passionate about what I do. Seeing my students grow academically, socially, and emotionally is overwhelmingly rewarding.  

I have a passion for traveling, and love to share these experiences with my students. When I am not traveling, you can find me shopping, having brunch, or spending time with my friends/family. On Saturdays, however, you can find me at the dog park with my dog, Kodak. Kodak is a five year old german shepard mix, and my absolute best friend. He loves to attend my student's after school events!

Mill Creek is truly an extraordinary place full of extraordinary people. I am so honored to be a part of the Mustang family!

Brittany Barthelme - 2nd grade

Brittany Barthelme

Hello! My name is Brittany Barthelme (bar-thull-me) I am so excited to be a part of the MCES Mustang crew this year! I graduated from Georgia Southern in 2017 and have been teaching for 6 years going into my 7th. I started out my career in Pre-K and moved to 2nd a few years ago and have fallen in love. I have recently received my Masters in Mathematics Education (K-6) from Western Governors University and I’m currently attending Georgia Southern University to obtain my Masters degree in Library Media and Instructional Technology. I like to spend my time outside of school with my two young boys (2 & 4) and my husband who happens to be my High School sweetheart. We love being outside as much as possible and love Disney!

Julie Brown - 2nd grade

Julie Brown

Hello everyone! My name is Julie Brown. I am very excited to join the Mill Creek family as a 2nd grade teacher. I have been teaching for 29 years. The last 20 years have been for Bulloch County Schools. I taught at BES, and most recently I taught for the Virtual Program. 

I have two sons. Brandon is a senior at SHS, and Michael is a sophomore at Statesboro STEAM. When I am not teaching I enjoy swimming, reading, cooking, and playing with my dogs. I am excited to be a Mustang!

Kaitlyn Henderson

Kaitlyn Henderson

Hello! My name is Kaitlyn Henderson. This is my first year teaching, and I couldn’t be more excited. I have worked as a paraprofessional in both a first-grade classroom and a fourth/fifth-grade Multi-tiered System of Supports classroom at another school in the county. I am originally from Leesburg, Georgia, but moved to Statesboro in 2018 to complete my undergraduate degree. I fell in love with Statesboro and have been here ever since. I plan to stay here as long as I can. I have a bachelor’s degree in sport management. I am currently working on a master’s in teaching elementary education. 

Besides teaching, my passions include shopping, reading, spending time at the beach, watching football (Roll Tide), and spending time with my family. Emotional and behavioral disorders are my passion and something I have fallen in love with, and I cannot wait to get started. Go Mustangs!!

Regina Holloway - 5th grade

Regina Holloway

Greetings! My name is Regina Holloway and I am honored to be working with you and your child this year. I have been an elementary teacher for 23.5 years in the public school sector, however, I began my career in Headstart (Pre-K program) three years prior to that, giving me over 26 years of experience in education. Teaching students is my passion and I have had the pleasure of teaching all elementary grades. I have also had the opportunity to assist students who were struggling in their academics as an interventionist and Multi-Tiered System of Support Coordinator. I currently hold a Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction and I am certified in two states. I am also ESOL certified and have obtained an endorsement for Supporting other Teachers.
It is a pure joy to help students find their niche and excel in their academic experiences. My goal is to instill confidence in the student so that they always feel that they are able to succeed.

Cindy Jersey

Cindy Jersey

Hi! My name is Cindy Jersey, and I am excited to be joining the Mill Creek Elementary School family as a special education teacher. This will be my eighth year of teaching.

I grew up in Jefferson County, Georgia, but have lived in Statesboro since graduating from Georgia Southern with my bachelor's and master's degrees in Special Education.

In my spare time, I love traveling, camping, and spending time with my two very spoiled dogs. My boyfriend and I recently traveled to Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Glacier National Parks, and I have a goal to visit all Georgia State Parks and National Parks. I am excited to be a member of the Mustang family and look forward to this school year! 

Davont'e McCall - 4th grade

Davonte McCall

My name is Davont’e McCall. I was born and raised in Sandersville, GA, but I have lived in Statesboro for the past 6 years. I graduated from Georgia Southern with both my Bachelor’s in Athletic Administration and my M.A.T. This will be my third year teaching 4th grade ELA and Social Studies. I am a proud member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. During my free time, I like to listen to music and watch sports. My passion is being an advocate for the youth and helping them develop and advance through life.

Imani McCall - 5th grade

Imani McCall

Hey, my name is Mrs. Imani McCall! I was born and raised in Valdosta, Ga. After graduating high school, I continued my education at Georgia Southern University and graduated with my Bachelors of Science in Middle Grades Education in 2021. I am currently working on my masters in TCLD (teaching culturally linguistic and diverse students). Over the past 7 years I have grown to love the community and city of Statesboro! 

When I'm not teaching I love to spend my time in the community with youth, listen to music, coach cheer, do things within my sorority, and binge watch TV shows with my husband. I am elated to join the Mill Creek community this school year. Let's go MUSTAAAAANGS! 

Felecia Mosley - 5th grade

Felicia Mosley

Hello, my name is Felecia Mosley. I am starting my twenty sixth year of teaching and looking forward to my first year of teaching as member of the Mill Creek family! I am a Double Eagle at Georgia Southern University.
I enjoy reading and watching movies. My favorite things to do are spending time with my husband Gary and my family. I’m looking forward to getting to know my new students, connecting with them and their families, and growing with them throughout this school year!

Jan Page - 3rd grade

Jan Page

My name is Jan Marie page and I am so excited to be a Mill Creek Mustang I can barely stand it!! I am a Statesboro local. I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about Mill Creek life and now to be apart of it is just the icing on top of the cake. I graduated in May 2023 with a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education. This will not only be my first year at Mill Creek, it will be my first year teaching ever! I am incredibly excited to start this new adventure. When I’m not teaching, you can find me with my family, friends, and dogs and my brand new kitty. 

I’m just a small town girl who loves anything pink and sparkly and who is looking forward to getting to know all of you!

Dr. Cabrala Reddick - 4th grade

Cabrala Reddick

Greetings! My name is Dr. Cabrala Reddick, and I am extremely excited to be a motivated Mustang! This is my 16th year of teaching in Bulloch County. I have taught eight years at Langston Chapel Elementary School (grades K, 1, and 4th), two years at Sallie Zetterower Elementary School (5th grade), and six years at Langston Chapel Middle School (6th grade: ELA and Social Studies, 7th Grade Social Studies, 8th Grade Georgia Studies). I have been married for almost eight years to Coach Travis Reddick, and we have an energetic, bubbly, and vocal daughter named Rinnah, who is a motivated Mustang as well. In my free time, I like to read, travel, and spend time with family and close friends. In short, I look forward to an amazing school year! Go Mustangs!!! 

 

Diana Santos - 2nd grade

Diana Santos

Hello everyone! My name is Diana Santos. This upcoming year will be my first-year teaching and I’m so excited to be joining the Mill Creek family! I recently graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. I’m thrilled to start my new journey as a first-year teacher! I can’t wait to meet my students, grow with them, and I’m looking forward to this upcoming school year. Go Mustangs! 

Audrey Williams - Teacher

Audrey Williams

Hello everyone! My name is Audrey Williams, I am from Emanuel County.  This will be my first year teaching Pre-K here at Mill Creek Elementary.  The last 4 and 1/2 years I worked on campus at Georgia Southern University at the Child Development Center.  I graduated from Georgia Southern University.  In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband, my sister, my son, and daughter.  I'm so excited to begin my new teaching adventure here at the Creek!

Brittany Seigler

Brittany Seigler

Hello, Mustangs! My name is Brittany Seigler and I am so happy to be a part of the Mustang family. I have been a Special Education Teacher for 5 years now. I graduated from the University of West Georgia and am currently getting my Master's from Georgia Southern.

My husband and I recently moved to Statesboro from Commerce, Ga. My husband David and I have been married for 3 years and have a dog named Gracie. My husband is a football coach at Portal High. I am there cheering him on every Friday! 

In my free time, I enjoy watching college football (Go Noles!) and spending time with my family. My family likes to go camping and be outdoors when the weather is beautiful! 

I am so happy to be a part of the Mustang family! 

Sherry Thompson

Sherry Thompson

Hello, my name is Sherry Thompson. I am a retired Special Education teacher and Special Education Coordinator. I am a native of Statesboro, Georgia. I received my education through the Bulloch County School System. I attended Georgia Southern College. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education with a minor in Elementary Education. Later I attended NOVA Southeastern University where I received a Master’s Degree in Varying Exceptionalities. I continued my education at NOVA Southeastern online and earned an Educational Specialist degree in Curriculum, Instruction and Technology. I retired in 2018 after 32 years of teaching and coordinating.

 I have 2 beautiful daughters and 3 sweet and lovable grandchildren. We enjoy traveling to visit our grandchildren each month. We enjoy traveling to various locations to enjoy new experiences and family members. This summer, we went to Washington, D.C. to view the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

I enjoy teaching students and observing the progress that each and every one of them accomplish. It is a pleasure to work with a variety of colleagues that put each student’s educational needs first. I am looking forward to being back at Mill Creek this school year.

Paraprofessionals

Breuna Adams

Breauna Adams

Hello everyone! My name is Breuna Adams and I am so excited to be working with EBD students this year. I am originally from Atlanta, GA and I currently reside in Statesboro, GA. I graduated from Clayton State University with a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management with an emphasis in Pediatrics. This is my 3rd year working in Special Education. I am currently studying to obtain my MBA from Georgia Southern University. In my free time I enjoy cruising, cooking, working out, reading, and binge watching shows with my friends. I am looking forward to a great school year at the Creek!

Jaclyn Joyce

Jaclyn Joyce

Hello everyone! I am beyond excited to be apart of the Mill Creek family this school year! This is my second year in education. I will be serving as an EBD paraprofessional. I was born in Massachusetts but raised here in Georgia. I received my Bachelors in Early Childhood Development with Differentiated Instruction and am currently pursuing my Masters in Special Education. 

While I am not serving in the classroom, I enjoy spending quality time with family and friends, music, dancing, eating good food, going to the beach, and reading. I am looking forward to an amazing school year! Let's go Mustangs!!

Tiana Milton

Tiana Milton

Hello everyone! My name is Tiana Milton and I am so excited to be a new paraprofessional for an EBD classroom. I’m originally from Millen, GA, currently residing in Statesboro. I’m currently attending Capella University for a Bachelors in Psychology, specializing in Applied Behavior  Analysis. I plan to continue with my Masters in Special Education.  My favorite thing to do is spend time with my family and learn new skills, currently working on baking. I am so happy to be a Mustang at The Creek!