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Cassandra Davis


We Can, We Will, We MUST Succeed

Mrs. Davis is a proud product of DeKalb County Schools.  She matriculated through Flat Shoals Elementary, Ronald E. McNair Middle School, and Ronald E. McNair High School.  Mrs. Davis attended Albany State University where she received a degree in Special Education with a concentration on Mental Retardation.  She received a Masters of Education in School Counseling from the University of West Alabama.  Mrs. Davis received two Educational Specialist degrees one from Lincoln Memorial University in Curriculum and Instruction and one from the University of West Georgia in Educational Leadership. 

Mrs. Davis began her career in education as a Special Education Teacher. She has served as a School Counselor and Administrator prior to serving as the proud Principal of Stoneview Elementary School.  

Mrs. Davis is passionate about teaching and learning.  She believes that all students deserve the opportunity to learn and develop in a positive environment.  Mrs. Davis is committed to ensuring that students grow, learn, and achieve to their highest potential.  Mrs. Davis has an extensive amount of experience in the area of school turnaround ensuring that all students have access to a quality education.  Mrs. Davis believes that, “A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove... but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child.”

One Team

One Vision

One Goal

Yours in Education

Cassandra Davis,

Proud Principal of Stoneview Elementary School

 Carlos Jackson, Operations AP 


Mr. Jackson is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and a graduate of Southwest DeKalb High School. As a student at Southwest DeKalb he was an All-American track athlete.  Through all of his hard work as a student athlete he received a full track scholarship to attend Alabama A&M University.  At Alabama A&M he also was an All-American track athlete.   After receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Development 1993 from Alabama A&M University he wanted to make a difference in children lives.  He embarked upon his career as an educator in 1993. After working for 2 months as a paraprofessional in special education, he decided that he could become a part of the mathematics team.  He wanted to help middle school students become better math students.  He entered Mercer University and obtained certification to teach middle grades.  He taught as a middle school pre-algebra teacher for eight years at Chapel Hill Junior High to be change to Chapel Hill Middle School.  All junior high schools added 6th grade and changed to middle schools in DeKalb County.  He experienced tremendous success as a teacher, mentor, and leader.

Feeling that he could be a more effective leader as a school administrator, Mr. Jackson enrolled in Cambridge College, Boston, MA to pursue a Master of Education Degree in 1998.  After finishing his Master’s Degree in Education in 1999 he continued his on his leadership quest.  He entered Lincoln Memorial University to pursue his Ed. S in Administrative Supervision and Leadership.  He finished his specialist in Administrative Supervision and Leadership Degree in 2000. In 2001 was promoted to assistant principal on the elementary level.

As an Elementary Assistant Principal, he restored and instilled renewed interest and school spirit in the students and faculty.  His primary goal was to provide a learning environment free of disruptions.  He wanted teachers having an opportunity to teach and maximizing on the students’ opportunities to learn.  He strongly encourages students to work far beyond expectations and excel in the classroom and community.  Above all, he stresses character and self-motivation as viable tools to achieve personal growth.

He is involved in a myriad of professional and public service organizations.  Among these are the National Association of Educators, Georgia Association of Educators, and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated. He serves as a mentor for several students and young adults.  

Mr. Jackson’s accomplishments are attributed to determination, diligence, dedication, and tenacity.   He considers himself a family man striving to be a good citizen and role model for his children.

Mercede Broadwater, Instruction AP 


Greetings Stoneview Elementary Stakeholders,

It is with great pride and excitement that I introduce myself as the new assistant principal at Stoneview Elementary School.  I am honored to be in this position and look forward to assisting Mrs. Davis in making this a great school year. With more than 8 years of experience supporting both the students and teachers of DeKalb County, I am committed to academic excellence. Throughout the past year, I had the opportunity to meet and engage with parents, students, community members, and staff on a daily basis. Building relationships with all critical stakeholders is very important to me; I will continue to work to ensure students learn and grow every day at Stoneview.  Working with key stakeholders allows me to feel a sense of pride and motivates me to continually communicate and collaborate in an effort to meet the needs of our students.

I am committed to providing the support and resources that will ultimately lead to effective teaching and increased student achievement, in an environment where all students and staff members are celebrated, uplifted, and encouraged to succeed.  I am resolute in my belief that my role as a leader is to support teachers, put students at the forefront of all decisions, empower parents, and engage all other stakeholders in the success of our students. As we move forward with our efforts, I invite you to think about something written long ago but something that still resonates today.

Ralph Emerson said,

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”

I am confident that we will blaze a trail filled with success and accomplishment as we launch the best year yet for Stoneview. As we approach this school year, I am excited for the students to return to Stoneview, and have a successful school year filled with opportunities to increase their personal growth, resiliency, innovation, and engagement.

Welcome to a Different ‘View’…


Mercede Broadwater 

Assistant Principal 

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