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    Robin Mobley has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and an MBA. She is the Principal of Tyrone Middle School,

     

    Certificate Number: 0000771354 (School Principal, Educational Leadership, and Mathematics 5-9).

     

    Principal Mission Statement: As the Principal of Tyrone Middle School, I want to build the trust and confidence of our total community, confirming that Tyrone Middle School is an outstanding educational institution that provides a safe and quality educational setting for ALL students to grow. I strive to accomplish the mission by setting high expectations; committing to ensure achievement for ALL students and working side by side with all interested parties to connect all students, parents and staff with each other.

     

    Ms.Mobley has served 15 years in education. Prior to being appointed the School Principal of Tyrone, she served as the Assistant Principal for Curriculum at Gibbs High School and was key in leading the school turnaround accomplishments, 6th grade Assistant Principal for Tyrone Middle (4 years), and she taught math (grades 6-8) for eight years at Azalea Middle School. She was also the math department chairperson and girls basketball coach at Azalea. Ms. Mobley is a St. Petersburg native and has attended Pinellas county schools, including Perkins and Bardmoor Elementary, Riviera and Osceola Middle and graduating from Dixie Hollins High School. Ms. Mobley's two daughters also attended Pinellas County Schools. Ms. Mobley received her Bachelor of Science and MBA from Florida A & M University. She went on to study Educational Leadership at the University of South Florida.

     

    Ms. Mobley is committed to continuous professional development and improvement to meet the needs of our students. She is trained in CRISS, Motivation and Learning, Clinical Ed, Differentiated Accountability, Response to Intervention and Read 180 for Administrators, to name a few. She is currently enrolled in the Doctoral Program for Educational Leadership at the University of South Florida.

     

    Ms. Mobley was awarded the 2007 Outstanding Principal Achievement Award for the District's middle schools and the 2007 Administrative Excellence Richard M. Allen Award. As a result, she was placed at Gibbs High School three years ago to join a team chosen to transform the failing high school. The school turn around happened in one year as the school moved from a school grade F to a C the first year, and a B the second year. During her administration at Tyrone, she helped move the school from a C to a B in the 2005-2006 school year. Ms. Mobley is an active member of her community. She is a member of Juvenile Welfare Board-South County Council, Word of Life Fellowship and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

     

    Sincerely,

    Robin Mobley