Principal Mrs. Tiffany Emanuel-Wright

Professional Bio of Mrs. Tiffany Emanuel-Wright

  • Tiffany Emanuel-Wright holds a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University (Fort Lauderdale, FL) and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Howard University (Washington, DC). Mrs. Wright holds professional educator certifications in Educational Leadership (All Levels), School Principal (All Levels), Elementary Education (K-6), and Journalism (6-12).

    After working five years in telecommunications in New York, NY and five years in training/recruitment in Jacksonville, FL, Mrs. Emanuel-Wright began her teaching career with Duval County Public Schools in the Fall of 2003 as a first grade teacher at Enterprise Learning Academy (2003-2006, School Grade “A/B/B”) and 4th Grade ELA teacher at Don Brewer Elementary (2006-2009, School Grade “A/A/A”).

    In January of 2009, Mrs. Wright was selected as the Reading Coach for Pinedale Elementary (2009-2012, School Grade C) where in her first year third grade students earned the district’s highest increase in Reading (38% to 52%). Mrs. Emanuel-Wright remained at Pinedale until she accepted an Assistant Principal position at Duval County Public School’s first, full-time virtual instruction program, Duval Virtual Instruction Academy (DVIA), where she was instrumental with generating and retaining enrollments (K-12), coining the school motto (Learning without Boundaries), and establishing several partnership which included Nova Southeastern University. After two years with DVIA, Mrs. Wright was appointed as Assistant Principal at New Berlin Elementary (2012-2013, School Grade A) where she led SAI after-school tutoring for bottom-quartile students in Reading and Math, which supported the 70% Reading and Math proficiency levels. She then transitioned to Assistant Principal at Beauclerc Elementary (2013-2014, School Grade C), a dual-language elementary school, where she guided teachers through assessment and instruction and effective implementation of the gradual-release of responsibility model and the DCPS instructional framework.

    On June 9, 2014, Mrs. Wright was appointed principal of Love Grove Elementary, where she will continue her focus on achieving academic success for every student, in every classroom, every day!  She will accomplish the task through a collective concentration on the four pillars of excellent instruction designed to foster student success in every classroom when students are:

    • Fully engaged in the work of the lessons
    • Working on appropriately rigorous content
    • Taking ownership of their learning
    • Demonstrating understanding of the content

    On a personal note, Mrs. Wright states that her greatest accomplishment is being a mother of three intelligent, energetic, and amazing children who are all Duval County Public School students!