• Campus Instructional Specialists (C.I.S.)

    Reeces Creek has two amazing Campus Instructional Specialists. Their job on campus is to facilitate instructional effectiveness, mentor new teachers, and coordinate curriculum development
    so that the learning needs of district students can be met. 


    Mrs. Russell Mrs. Russell: Howl Coyotes!  I am Veronica Russell, one of your Campus Instructional Specialist, here at Reeces Creek Elementary.  It has been an honor to serve in this position at this campus for the last 5 years.  I have been in KISD for 11 years and have taught 4th and 5th grades.  I am a Louisiana native, a wife and a mother of one daughter.  My hobbies include crafting and reading.  My encounter with youth began in New Orleans when I worked with homeless children.  At that point, I knew that I wanted to be a vessel to guide youth to their highest point of success.  My position warrants me the opportunity to work closely with teachers in developing and providing meaningful and engaging learning opportunities for students and in turn I get to teach along-side some of the most phenomenal teachers in KISD. I feel that this year is going to be one AMAZING ride!  So, sit back and relax Coyotes, we are in for a treat as we Dream Small towards a larger Future!!!!

    Mrs. Parker

    Tabitha Parker: Hi, my name is Tabitha Parker. I am excited to be celebrating my 3rd year here at Reeces Creek! This year I will be serving our school as a Campus Instructional Specialist. I am a proud military veteran, and I have 8 years of educational experience with the district as a K-5 interventionist, 3rd grade teacher and a 4th grade teacher. I have a huge heart and passion for children. My educational philosophy is as follows: “Being a leader is more than solely waking up every morning to fulfill certain duties. Being a leader requires one to walk in a position of humility and servanthood. Children are our future, therefore we must equip them with the necessary tools to not only thrive or be successful, but to in turn invoke them to make a difference in the world."