David Youree Elementary School

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Mr. Bolden, PrincipalPrincipal
Mr. Scott Bolden
Mr. Scott Bolden, Principal, David Youree Elementary

Mr. Scott Bolden has been in education 14 years as a teacher and administrator. He has served as a classroom teacher at Eagleville School, Homer Pittard Campus School and David Youree. He has taught both first and fourth grades.

He has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Middle Tennessee State University, a Masters of Arts in Education from Cumberland University, and an Educational Specialist degree in Administration and Supervision from Middle Tennessee State University.

He and his wife have one son. Mr. Bolden enjoys spending time away from school with his family and friends. He loves music and cruising with his family.

Mr. Bolden is excited to serve as the principal at David Youree Elementary School.
He is looking forward to continuing the traditions and expectations that make David Youree a high-achieving school.
Christy Brown
Assistant Principal
Mrs. Christy Brown

Mrs. Christy Brown, Assistant Principal, David Youree Elementary

Mrs. Christy Brown has been in education for 18 years as an elementary and middle school teacher and an RTI2 coach. She served as a classroom teacher in 7th grade at Rockvale School and 5th grade at Christiana Elementary in Rutherford County. She also taught 8th grade and 6th grade at Harris Middle School in Bedford County. Mrs. Brown served as an RTI2 coach at Christiana Elementary prior to entering into administration.
She has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Tennessee Technological University and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University.
Mrs. Brown and her husband have two children. She enjoys reading and spending time with her family, especially at the beach.
Mrs. Brown is proud to join the David Youree Elementary family with the mission of "challenging all students to soar beyond academic standards while becoming responsible, respectful, and productive citizens." Go, Eagles!