Meet the Principal

Peggy Bush advocates for children and focuses on ensuring they receive equal educational opportunities to succeed. Also, she supports several events such as the American Red Cross, scholarship events, and functions that will impact or benefit the lives of children in different ways. She has provided years of educational services as a teacher, computer-assisted instructor, tutor, and assessment coordinator and supervised and complied with Federal procedures and regulations.
She believes that teaching practices should incorporate critical thinking and problems solving knowledge, different learning styles for a diverse society, cooperative learning activities, innovative technology opportunities, real-world activities, integrated programs, and differentiated instruction to fit the needs of each student. She is well aware of the fact that all students can excel in life by achieving the best education possible. However, she believes that students yearn for the support necessary to assist them with obtaining a great education, such as a sense of belonging, enjoyment, feeling respected, loved, safe, and comfortable in the only known natural environment away from home. If students can believe in themselves, there are no goals that they cannot attain.

Her educational journey encompasses achieving an A.S in Business Education from Mary Holmes College, a B.S. in Elementary Education with licensures for Mathematics, Business Education, and Computer Applications from Mississippi University for Women (MUW), Masters of Education as a Reading/Literacy Specialist from Mississippi University for Women (MUW), Ed.S (Education Specialist) in Education Administration/Leadership from Mississippi State University, a Masters in Computer Engineering from Southern New Hampshire University, and finalizing a doctoral degree.