Mrs. Staci Wadlington

Phone: 314-524-3883 X1300

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Mrs. Staci Wadlington

Mrs. Staci Wadlington is a graduate of the University of Missouri-St Louis with an education specialist degree and a Master of Education in School Administration. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in elementary and middle school education from Harris-Stowe State University.

Mrs. Wadlington began her teaching career in 1991 and has taught seventh grade math and science in the University City School District; third grade in the Normandy School District; and fifth grade in the Riverview Gardens School District. Her administrative experience began in 2003 as principal of Granneman Elementary School in the Hazelwood School District. In 2007, Mrs. Wadlington was named the District Hearing Officer and assistant principal in the Riverview Gardens School District. She then became principal of Glasgow Elementary in 2009 and was named Director of Alternative Education in 2010. In 2013, Mrs. Wadlington moved to the Ritenour School District where she served as an assistant principal at Hoech Middle School.

Mrs. Wadlington leads based on her extensive experience as a teacher and administrator and communicates high expectations for student behavior and learning.

Dr. Jennifer J. Andrade

Phone: 314-524-3883 X1303

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Dr. Jennifer J. Andrade

Dr. Jennifer J. Andrade serves as Assistant Principal of Berkeley Elementary School and has been an educator for 21 years. She has served in the Ferguson-Florissant School District since 2002. She holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Maryville University,  master's degree in educational leadership and administration from Lindenwood University, as well as bachelor's degrees in music education and business from Elmhurst College. Dr. Andrade is a graduate of the National Institute of School Leadership, has completed intensive PBIS training and comprehensive integrated 3-tiered model of prevention. She previously served as an assistant principal at McCluer High School and as Dean of Students at Ferguson Middle School.

Since beginning her leadership Dr. Andrade has worked closely with staff, students and parents implementing a positive behavior program to reward and reinforce appropriate school behavior and developed a building-wide plan to increase academics, attendance and attitude performance. She is forward thinking in her leadership. She has been working hand in hand with teacher leaders to implement a 3-tiered model of prevention, focusing on academics, behavior and social needs. Under her leadership students continue to make academic, behavior and social skills gains and meets Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education accreditation state standards.

Mrs. Kim Davis

Phone: 314-524-3883 x1305

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Mrs. Kim Davis

Mrs. Davis has been a public educator for 28 years. She earned her B. S. and Masters' Degrees from Drury University and her Educational Specialist's Degree from William Woods University. Mrs. Davis has taught 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th grades during her educational career and is currently proudly serving in her third year as Dean of Students at Berkeley Elementary. Go Bulldogs! Mrs. Davis strives to be a positive servant to her students, families, faculty, district, and community. 

Ms. Lisa Thomas

Phone: 314-524-3883 x1302

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Ms. Lisa Thomas

Lisa Thomas serves as the Special School District Area Coordinator for Berkeley Intermediate, Holman Primary, and Lee Hamilton Intermediate.  She has served as an educator and advocate for 21 years. She holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Lindenwood University, a bachelor’s degree in Education from University of Missouri- St. Louis, and a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from University of Missouri – Columbia. Mrs. Thomas has dedicated over 25 years to the education and support of individuals and families of persons diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She previously served as classroom teacher at Ferguson Middle, Halls Ferry Elementary, and McCluer High School.

Dr. Victoria Casady

Phone: 314-524-3883 x1122

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Dr. Victoria Casady

Dr. Victoria Casady serves Berkeley Elementary as one of its Instructional Support Leaders and has been an educator for 23 years. Dr. Casady is a graduate of Missouri Baptist University with a Doctorate of Teacher Leadership with a focus on integration of curriculum and instruction and a specialist degree in curriculum and instruction.  She is also a graduate of Truman State University with a Master of Arts in Elementary Education and a Bachelor of Science in English. 

As an instructional coach, Dr. Casady has supported teachers and students to raise expectations and work hard for success at both Berkeley Elementary and Johnson Wabash Elementary.  Her passion is connecting ELA and social studies concepts.

Mrs. Tanya Garcia

Phone: 314-524-3883 x1206

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Mrs. Tanya Garcia

Tanya Garcia serves as the Instructional Support Leader at Berkeley Elementary and has been an educator for 14 years.

She is a graduate of Lindenwood University with a Master of Arts in Education and Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Mrs. Garcia has presented at both state and national education conferences, while also being a google certified educator. She supports students and teachers by establishing a culture of growth and collaboration to improve student achievement. Mrs. Garcia has served the Ferguson-Florissant School District since 2011 as a teacher at Halls Ferry Elementary. She began her career as a teacher in the Riverview Gardens School District where she taught a variety of grade levels.  

Ms. Sharon Paulette-Selvey

Phone: 314-524-3883 x1500

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Ms. Sharon Paulette-Selvey

Sharon Paulette-Selvey serves as counselor at Berkeley Intermediate School. She has been in the field of education for 30+ years with 24 of those years in the Ferguson-Florissant School District. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Education Degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a Master of Education in Counseling from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and a Master of Education in Administration from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Throughout the years of educating children, Ms. Paulette-Selvey has had the privilege of serving in the Normandy School District, Venice Public Schools, St. Louis Public School District and the Ferguson-Florissant School District (Bermuda, Walnut Grove, Airport, and Berkeley). She is grateful for the opportunity to support children in their development into lifelong learners and productive citizens in society.

Mrs. Kimberly Williams

Phone: 314-524-3883 x1510

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Mrs. Kimberly Williams

Kimberly Williams serves as the School Counselor at Berkeley Elementary School and has been an educator for 15 years. She has served in the Ferguson-Florissant School District since 2005. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Harris-Stowe State University. She has previously taught 3rd - 5th grade. She has a Provisional Certificate in School Counseling and pending (December 2020) a Master of Arts degree in School Counseling at Lindenwood University. She is also a Certified Peer Program Educator.