Dr. Jacqueline Persinkski
I am originally from Waco, Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University with a B.A in History (1998). I moved to South Carolina to attend Winthrop University and earned my M.A. in History (1999) and an M.A.T in Social Studies (2003). I received my first teaching position at Darlington High School where I taught in the 9th grade Academy for two years. Afterward, I taught at Monroe Middle School, earned my administration degree from UNCC, and was an assistant principal. I moved to Rock Hill and became a teacher at Northwestern ten years before becoming an Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction in 2018. While a Trojan, I completed my Curriculum and Instruction doctorate from Gardner-Webb University in 2015.
I am married and have a fabulous son, Alek, who attends York Road Elementary. My spare time is spent with family and training for half-marathons and marathons.
I look forward to a fabulous year at Sullivan Middle School. Falcons, let's SOAR!