Meet the Principal
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Dr. Sandy Chambers
Sandy Chambers is married and a mother of two middle-schoolers. She is an elementary school principal in the Wake County Public Schools System in Cary, NC. She is in her twenty-second year as an educator and has teaching and administrative experience in the Durham Public Schools System and Wake County Public Schools System in North Carolina. She received Bachelor's and Doctorate of Education degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill, and a Masters of Elementary Education degree from North Carolina Central University. At her previous school, she lead the transformative digital journey from BYOD – Bring Your Own Device to Digital Learning as well as in the evolution stages of implementing Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), a cultural change for student success. She is passionate about equity in education and pushing herself to be better than the day before. Creating opportunities for all students to integrate technology and experience collaboration, creativity, communication and critical thinking skills through equitable practices is her daily goal. She is a TED-Ed Innovative Educator and was invited as a guest to attend the TEDSummit in Banff, Canada, June 2016. And the most important thing you need to know about Dr. Chambers is that she is a die-hard Tarheel!
Check out this video aired on Education Matters with Dr. Chambers!