I am a product of the Duval County public school system. Where I attended Joseph Stilwell Jr High School and a proud graduate of Edward H. White Sr. High School. While in high school I received scholarship offers to play basketball, volleyball, softball and track. After graduation I accepted a full ride to attend Lake City Community College to play softball. While completing my A.A. degree I became a two time All Conference, All State and All American. While having the honor of winning two state championships, one national championship and a runner up. I then went onto Florida State University to complete my B.S. degree. While at FSU I continued my softball career placing third, twice at the woman’s college World Series. After graduating from FSU I continued playing professional softball and began my teaching career back in Duval county. After ten years of teaching and coaching I went on to coach at the Collegiate level. After many exciting and successful years at the collegiate level I decided it was time to spend more time at home with family. Returning back to Duval county school system. I am very excited to be returning home to Westside High School after a year away. I look forward to working with our amazing students and faculty.
Cherrelle Williams is a University of Florida graduate majoring in Sociology and Pre-Med. Dean Williams has taught in Duval County for 6 years enlightening the way for stellar readers, as a Reading teacher on the secondary level. As a Duval County employee, Williams has presided over several school related activities such as Generation WOW conference for young ladies, Youth Leadership of Jacksonville, and Financial Literacy partnership with Prudential etc. We are proud to have Ms. Williams for continued service of excellence at Westside High School as our Dean of Girls.