Kimberly H. Premoli
Kimberly H. Premoli began her career in education as an English teacher at Chattahoochee High School in 2003; she then served as English Department Chair at Roswell High School for several years before opening Cambridge High School in 2012. Ms. Premoli served as Cambridge's first English Department Chair, taught English, and advised the yearbook before transitioning to a building-level leader in 2013. As an assistant principal, Ms. Premoli's leadership has focused in the areas of curriculum and instruction, student support and leadership, collaboration, and personalized learning. She also served as School Governance Council Chairperson in 2017-2018.
This spring, Ms. Premoli was recognized as NWLC Assistant Principal of the Year for her leadership, passion, and creativity.
Ms. Premoli is a native of Atlanta; she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Georgia, a Master in Education from Mercer University, and a Specialist in Education in Leadership from Georgia State University. Ms. Premoli is the wife of Pierpaolo Premoli and has two children: Georgia (16) and Piero (9).
Ms. Premoli is committed to moving Cambridge forward by continuing to support the well-established teaching and learning culture which has made it a place of excellence for all students. She is very visible in the school community and looks forward to greeting each and every Cambridge Bear soon!
Milton Herald Article
Ms. Jennifer Beard
Ms. Beard has always been
passionate about coaching people and helping them reach their goals which is
why she pursued her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Georgia State
University and her Master's Degree in middle grades social studies from Brenau
Throughout her career, Ms. Beard has always sought opportunities as a teacher
leader to be innovative. She is a Microsoft Innovative Educator, a Georgia
Certified Master Teacher, has served on the Teacher Leadership Forum and
Technology Leadership Forum, and is one of the original 25 Vanguard technology
team members in Fulton County Schools.
Ms. Beard comes to us from the Assistive Technology Department where she has
been for the last three years supporting students with learning differences and
teacher/parent teams with tools and professional development to personalize the
reading and writing process. Prior to that she taught middle grades science and
social studies in both Gwinnett and Fulton County Schools for eight
wonderful years. Her professional experience and personal interests have given
her an expertise in Personalized Learning and the Universal Design for Learning
Ms. Beard enjoys providing feedback to teachers and watching them grow which is
why she enjoyed her work as a Virtual Coach for the Teacher Induction Program
Ms. Shavanda Toomer
Ms. Toomer received her bachelor's degree in Psychology and master's degree in Special Education from Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta GA. She holds an Educational Specialist degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. Ms. Toomer has taught special education at the elementary level. She has also served as an Instructional Support Teacher for Special Education across the elementary, middle and high school levels. For the past ten years, Ms. Toomer has served as the assistant principal at Sweet Apple Elementary School in Roswell. Ms. Toomer will be the 9th grade administrator and Curriculum administrator.
Mr. Darius Maize
Darius D. Maize is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Maize graduated from Frederick Douglass High School and completed his undergraduate studies at Alabama A & M University. He also holds a Master's Degree in Education Leadership and Administration. His career in education began in Atlanta Public Schools, serving Booker T. Washington High School for eight years and Carver School of Health Sciences and Research for two years as a Social Studies teacher, coach and mentor. For the last three years, Mr. Maize served the Lithia Springs High School community in Douglas County Schools as the School Improvement Grant Instructional Coach for Social Studies.
Mr. Joel M. Peterson
Mr. Joel M. Peterson began his career in education at Forsyth Central High School in 2010. He taught World History and coached football and soccer for the Bulldogs. He joined Chattahoochee High School in 2012. He taught U.S. History at Chattahoochee before serving as the school's Graduation Coach in 2014. Mr. Peterson has since served as an Assistant Principal at Hopewell Middle School from 2015-2018. He also served as Hopewell's School Governance Council Chair during the 2017-18 school year.
Mr. Peterson is a native of Kingsville, TX. He has earned degrees from Texas A&M University and Kennesaw State University; including a Specialist in Education in Leadership from KSU. Mr. Peterson is married to Corey Peterson and they have two children: Claire (6) and Amelia (5).
Mr. Peterson is committed to the high standard of every student, every day. He is looking forward to supporting students, teachers, and families to ensure that every Cambridge Bear is able to pursue their goals and reach their potential.
Name: Mr. Peter Vajda
Position: Administrative Assistant
Mr. Vajda received his bachelor's degree in Health Education from the University of New Hampshire at Plymouth. After an 18-year career in the sports marketing world managing many professional sports properties including; the PGA TOUR, Pro Beach Volleyball, WTA Tennis, World Cup Soccer, Celebrity Players Tour, and the National Hockey League, he left the industry to begin his teaching career. Mr. Vajda received his Master's degree from the University of Phoenix in Education and taught special education for 6 years at Milton High School. He coached basketball and golf, and captured the schools only state golf championship in 2012. He began teaching Sports Marketing at Cambridge in 2012 and is the head golf coach. In 2014 the girls golf team captured the state championship, and in 2015 the boys golf team also captured a state championship.