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    Matt Hinzpeter


    Matt Hinzpeter

    Matt Hinzpeter is a graduate of Lindenwood University with an Educational Specialist Degree in Education and a Master of Arts in Elementary Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.  

    Matt Hinzpeter has served the Ferguson-Florissant School District since 2001 as a teacher at Commons Lane Elementary School and as an administrator at Bermuda Elementary and Walnut Grove Elementary.

    Matt Hinzpeter supports teachers and students by establishing an effective learning environment that promotes a culture of collaboration and data-driven decisions for students to achieve at their fullest potential.

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  • Dr. Malinda Rowsey

    Dr. Malinda Rowsey

    Dr. Malinda Rowsey is the assistant principal at Griffith Intermediate School and excited to be a part of the dragon family!  Her purpose is to support teachers in building their capacity to ensure they provide a quality and equitable education to all students, for they deserve the best. Prior to the role of assistant principal, Dr. Rowsey was the instructional support leader at Bermuda Primary School.  Before joining the Ferguson-Florissant family, the majority of her career was in the Riverview Gardens School District where she served as a classroom teacher, instructional coach and also named the 2016 District Teacher of the Year.   Dr. Malinda Rowsey has a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education from Harris- Stowe State University.  She has a Master of Education degree in Elementary Administration from University of Missouri- Saint Louis, as well as a Masters of Arts degree in Education & Innovation from Webster University.  In 2020, she graduated with her Doctorate of Education degree in Teacher Leadership from Maryville University.   


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