Dr. Stacie Lamoureux is a Florida resident with 22 years of experience in education. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exceptional Student Education from Jacksonville University, a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from University of North Florida, and a Doctorate of Education with a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction from Capella University.
Dr. Lamoureux’s career in education began as a junior high math teacher in the public school system in northern Florida. She transitioned to the elementary level, and spent the next several years of her career as an instructional math coach. She returned back to the classroom to teach various levels of high school math, and advanced to a district level secondary math curriculum specialist. Prior to her new role as an Assistant Principal she worked as a Professional Development Specialist for the Pacific Center for Instructional Leadership. Throughout her career, she has been involved in curriculum design and implementation, and the development and delivery of professional learning designed to enhance instructional practices in the classroom.
As a strong advocate for meeting the diverse needs of all students, Dr. Lamoureux’s focus is supporting teachers in providing excellent instruction to every student. She is extremely excited to join the team at Humphreys Middle School!
Mr. Timothy Streeter is an educator with 32 years of experience in education. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education from Michigan State University and a Master of Education in International Teaching from Framingham University.
Mr. Streeter started his career in education as a middle school math and social studies teacher at a private school in inner-city Detroit. He spent several years teaching math in the public school system, both middle and high school, in Michigan and Nevada. Mr. Streeter joined DoDEA in 1998, when he accepted a position to teach math and science in Iceland. He continued to teach math in several locations in the Mediterranean, to include Sicily and Spain. In Bahrain, Mr. Streeter served as an Assistant Principal, but due to family circumstances returned to the classroom in Italy the following year. In November 2020, Mr. Streeter transitioned back to the states where he has served as a math teacher and baseball coach at Fort Knox.