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Kendra Chapman announced as Principal of Spring Hill Middle School

Posted Date: 04/26/2024

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Columbia, TN (June 26, 2024) — Maury County Public Schools Superintendent Lisa Ventura is pleased to announce Kendra Chapman as the new principal of Spring Hill Middle School.

Kendra Chapman brings a wealth of experience and a dedication to academic excellence to her new role. With over twenty-five years in education, she has served in various capacities, including classroom teacher, instructional coach, principal, and district leader across two states and seven diverse school districts. Most recently, she served as the Middle and High School Coordinator for MCPS.

Kendra holds a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, and an M.S. Ed in Special Education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. She received her credentials in School Administration from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and is licensed to teach and administer K-12 education in both Virginia and Tennessee.

Kendra resides in Lewisburg, Tennessee, with her husband and triplet sons. When she’s not coaching and supporting teachers and families, she enjoys traveling abroad, gardening, sewing, painting, and drinking coffee.

As the new principal of Spring Hill Middle School, Kendra shared, “I look forward to fostering a collaborative and inclusive environment where every student can thrive. I am eager to work with the dedicated staff, supportive families, and the broader community to continue the tradition of excellence at Spring Hill Middle School.”

Superintendent Lisa Ventura shared, “Kendra Chapman’s extensive background in education, her proven leadership across multiple roles, and her commitment to fostering an inclusive and supportive learning environment make her an excellent fit for Spring Hill Middle School. We are confident that under her guidance, Spring Hill Middle School will continue to thrive and excel.”