Ms. Pamela Hollins
Ms. Hollins has wanted to be a teacher since she was seven years old. As a child, she enjoyed school and has worked for the last 20-plus years to recreate that experience for children. She became a principal to ensure that children in her charge receive a quality education. Ms. Hollins' career in education includes work as a classroom teacher, summer school principal, guidance counselor, and assistant principal. She earned her bachelor’s degree at Harris-Stowe State College (now university) and has graduate degrees from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She was selected as principal of Washington in 2015.
Mr. Jimmy Love
Mr. Jimmy Love is currently serving as assistant principal at Washington School. Mr. Love previously served as assistant principal of the Normandy 7th-8th Grade Center and began with the district at the former Harrison Elementary School. He brings an upbeat energy to his work and genuinely loves being an educator. Mr. Love has a master's degree in Education with a specialization in Instructional Technology from American InterContinental University, and an Educational Specialist degree from Lindenwood University. He earned his bachelor's degree from Harris-Stowe State University.