WBES Welcomes Mrs. Glenda Sullivan
Glenda Sullivan returns to Dickson County where she served as an educator for twenty-six years. She believes that all children can learn and is passionate about her career-long goal of continually improving education for all students. Glenda holds the degree of Education Specialist in Instructional Leadership and is a co-author and editor of Grades Don’t Matter: Using Assessment to Measure True Learning by Donen, Anton, Beard, Stinson, and Sullivan. Her work in Dickson County has included co-curricular and extracurricular programs in speech communication and theatre, in which she holds a Master’s degree.
Following four years away as a teacher and another four years as an administrator in a neighboring county, Glenda is happy to return to her roots. She believes that the key to education is to care about students and that the best schools exhibit relationships among students and staff that show that there is mutual respect and caring. Glenda is married to DCHS teacher Randy Sullivan, and they enjoy spending time with their son Brian and his wife Christine and their two-year old grandson Max. She is the daughter of Betty Lee and the late Clyde A. Lee.