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    Principal: Misty Walker 

    Assistant Principal:  Roshanda McCrimmon (AP for students A-H)
    Assistant Principal:  Christian Shafer (AP for students I-M)
    Assistant Principal:    (AP for students N-Z)
     
    Freshmen Advisor - 
    Sophomore Advisor - Mrs. Walker
    Junior Advisor - Mr. Christian Shafer
    Senior Advisor - Ms. Roshanda McCrimmon
     
     
      
         I look forward to serving Walkertown High School as our Assistant Principal of Instruction.  I bring a vast amount of curriculum and instructional coaching experience and served as an Instructional Facilitator, District PLT Coach, and District Social Studies Instructional Coach. My undergraduate degree is from High Point University, and I earned my master's degree and administrative licensure from UNC-Greensboro, and he is a former elementary teacher.
         Prior to my work as an instructional coach, I taught for eighteen years in various grades in both Guilford and Forsyth county.
    Personally, my wife Stephanie and I have two sons. Our oldest, Jacob is 19 and is a sophomore student-athlete at UNCW and plays on the baseball team. Our youngest son Tyler is 16 and is a rising junior at SW Guilford high school. He too plays baseball and is hoping to follow in his big brother's footsteps and play in college someday.
         In my spare time, I like to spend time with my family, travel, watch and attend sporting events (especially baseball) and hang out with our friends.
     
     
     
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    Although this is Ms. Roshanda McCrimmon’s first year at Walkertown High School, she has been an educator for 18 years. After spending 6 years as a Corporate Sales Trainer, Ms. McCrimmon began her teaching career as a 6th grade ELA teacher at Downtown Middle School. Later, she taught at Guilford Technical Community College and Paisley IB Magnet School, where she also served as an Assistant Principal for 5 years. She began her high school administration career at Parkland Magnet High School before becoming a member of the “Pack”. Ms. McCrimmon holds a B.A. in English and a master’s degree in School Administration from UNC-Charlotte.