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Ynetia Campbell

Ynetia Campbell is a principal in a K-5 elementary school in one of the fastest growing cities  in Tennessee. She uses her background to reach other educators, students, parents, and community members. Her “real-life” staff developments like ‘Through My Eyes” awakened her true calling of what it means to be a school leader. Her family-centered staff development style has led to a culture shift at her current school and community. This shift has created student growth, Tennessee Reward School Status and the lowering of the school chronic absenteeism rate by over 50% in two years. Her non-traditional school supply list approach of “just bring your child to school each day” has bridged the gap between home and school. Over her twenty-one year career she has been a teacher, a school leader, and a speaker. “Every child deserves a champion” as Rita Pierson said, is a quote that Ynetia Campbell wholeheartedly believes. She thrives to help those around her to be champions for children by building relationships along the way.


Ynetia Campbell

M'lisa Bryant Miffleton

Mrs. M'lisa Bryant Miffleton has been in education for 22 years. She began her career at Central Middle School as a seventh grade math teacher and coached girls basketball and softball. Following her time at Central, she was privileged to open up Christiana Middle School where she continued teaching seventh grade math, coaching, and became involved with the Beta Club and theater. After ten years in the classroom, Miffleton transitioned to LaVergne Lake Elementary as an Instructional Coach; a position she held for eight years. Mrs. Miffleton spent her first four years in administration as assistant principal split between both Campus and McFadden Schools and the past year as assistant principal at Eagleville School.
Mrs. Miffleton is a native of Murfreesboro and attended Murfreesboro City Schools from Kindergarten through sixth grade at Bradley Model School and Mitchell Nelson Primary and Elementary. She is a 1992 graduate of Oakland High School and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Learning from Martin Methodist College where she earned a four year scholarship to play basketball and tennis. Miffleton earned both her Master's and Education Specialist Degrees from Middle Tennessee State University in Administration and Supervision.
Mrs. Miffleton has been married for fourteen years to Matt Miffleton, who is a team manager in SFPP at State Farm. They have two daughters Madeline Mae and Maci Scott. Outside of school, Mrs. Miffleton enjoys family bike rides, time at Bryant Beach, Hot Barre, and watching any sporting event on television or in person. The Miffletons are active members at North Boulevard where they teach Sunday School in Faith Boulevard.
Mrs. Miffleton is beyond excited to join the Northfield family and is looking forward to building strong relationships with students, families, and the community in which she lives.

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M'Lisa Miffleton