Mrs. Ronneeke Gamble

Biography

Ms. Gamble is thrilled to be joining the staff of Ansbach Elementary School as the principal for the 2021-2022 school year. She has had the privilege of serving as the assistant principal for the past 3 years at Don C. Faith Middle School. During her time as the assistant principal, Ms. Gamble focused on curriculum and instruction as well as building a strong relationship with students, teachers, parents, and the community.

Ms. Gamble joined DoDEA in 2018 as the assistant principal at Don C. Faith Middle School at Fort Benning, Georgia. There, she served in multiple leadership roles and on many district committees. She worked closely with special education, 504, and AVID program, led professional learning communities focusing on curriculum and data-driven, differentiated instruction. Prior to joining DoDEA, Ms. Gamble worked in the public school system in both Georgia and Alabama for 17 years in the areas of technology and English. She was also an academic coach, coordinator of the school system’s Pre-K program and assistant principal at both the elementary and middle school level. Ms. Gamble’s contribution to educating the whole child and teaching them at their level while also providing on level instruction earned her the Secondary Teacher of the Year Award for Phenix City Schools in Phenix City, Alabama.

Ms. Gamble holds a Bachelor of General Studies and a Master in Education with a major in Technology from Northwestern State University. She has also earned a Master in Education with a major in English Education from Alabama State University as well as a Master in Business Administration and Human Resource Management, and a Master and Specialist in Instructional Leadership and Administration from Troy University.

During her leisure time, Ms. Gamble enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and attending athletic events.

Welcome Message

Welcome to Ansbach Elementary School! Our dedicated staff is committed to helping every child reach his/her full academic potential, in an atmosphere of mutual respect and caring. Our goal is to provide a world-class education for every student based on their individual needs and in accordance with DoDEA instructional goals and standards. The important task of educating our youth extends far beyond the confines of the school environment. It encompasses a strong commitment and involvement on the part of the school, family, and community. By working together and sharing our knowledge and experience, we can achieve the very best for our children. We know through research in education that parental involvement of any kind, through volunteer work at school, assisting with homework at home, or active participation in school organizations leads to higher achievement for students. We invite you to join us in providing the best education possible for your child.

Our Continuous School Improvement Plan involves building a collaborative learning environment and providing opportunities for students to engage in real-world learning activities. Through teacher collaboration, co-planning, and data analysis, our teachers employ research-based instructional practices to increase student learning and give all students access to rigorous instruction and a productive learning environment.

The DoDEA mission is to "Educate, Engage, and Empower military-connected students to succeed in a dynamic world". As your Principal, I look forward to continuing to work with the military, civilians, and contractors to support our organization's mission as we grow and change as a community.

Elementary school is a wonderful time for students, parents, and educators. Each day is different, and we would like to assure you that we are passionate about challenging our students and are continually "Striving for Excellence" in all that we do. We look forward to meeting and working in partnership with you and your student(s)!

Sincerely,

Mrs. Ronneeke D. Gamble

Principal

Mrs. Ronneeke Gamble, DoDEA employees official photo.

Mrs. Ronneeke Gamble

Principal

Unit 28714
Box 6502
09177 AE
United States


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