• Dr. Ulrich's 20-year career in education began as an 8th grade English Language Arts teacher. Her path then took her to the high school level where she taught Drama and 9th and 11th grade English Language Arts and led successful drama programs. Most of her teaching career was spent in the Lindbergh and Ritenour school districts. She then moved to administration and served as the high school assistant principal at Grand Center Arts Academy. The past seven years of her educational career have been devoted to Hazelwood School District where she has served as the English Language Arts Curriculum Coordinator, the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Educational Programming, and most recently as the principal of Northwest Middle School. Dr. Ulrich's passion is leading and supporting teachers to provide our students with the best education possible and consistently evaluating that what we are doing for kids is in their best interest and is providing them with the best opportunities possible.








    Mrs. Veal-Briscoe has been in education for 8 years. She has taught intermediate grade levels for the Fort Zumwalt and Wentzville School Districts. She has served as a Department Chair and a Leader in Me Facilitator for 6 years. She has a passion for education and leadership. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, Masters in Educational Administration and Leadership K-8, Educational Specialist Degree in Superintendency, and is currently enrolled in the doctoral program at Missouri Baptist University. She is a life-long learner who believes in serving the whole child and supporting teachers in those efforts by creating a sense of dignity, inclusion, and belonging. 






    This will be Mr. Cloyds 16th year in education. His journey as an educator started in Mississippi where he taught Physical Education and coached basketball and track & field for 4 years. In his years upon returning home to St. Louis he taught at KIPP Inspire and SEMS. In 2015, he was the founding Dean of Students at KIPP Triumph Academy. At KTA, he stayed in the Dean role for 4 years before moving into an Assistant School Leader role. He earned my Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Jackson State University in Health, Physical Education and Recreation. He completed his second Masters in Educational Administration and Leadership K-12 in December 2019 from Lindenwood University. He is a firm believer that every child has the right to live choice-filled lives as they grow up, and that educators are the vessels to bring out the best in our students. Working together with our staff and families. He looks forward to making this school year one to remember.