Mrs. Ramirez has been in education for 23 years. Prior to becoming an educator she served in the United States Marine Corps. Mrs. Ramirez received a Bachelor of Science in Education from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and her Masters of Educational Leadership from Thomas Edison State College in Trenton, NJ. She taught middle school English Language Arts teacher for 14 years and a school administrator for 8 years.
Her educational philosophy has always been deeply rooted in the belief that all students will demonstrate academic and social/emotional growth if they are provided with appropriate and effective instruction.
Dean of Students
Mrs. Stratton became an educator in 2002 after a career in Customer Service/Office Management. School Counseling was her original aspiration; however, life had several turns including a stint in the U. S. Army. Mrs. Stratton has an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas (Dallas) with a Master’s Degree in Counseling from the University of Texas (Tyler).Mrs. Stratton loves talking with students and helping them figure out what they would like to do in life and the best way to accomplish their goals whether they are academic, social or emotional. One of her favorite quotes is “the choices you make dictate the life you live.” (Renaissance Man, 1994)
Keisha Smith serves as the Operations Manager for the CCSP Middle School campus. Affectionately known at CCSP as Miss Keisha, Ms. Smith aides in building/school planning, product procurement, vendor interfacing and ensuring a positive school culture for CCSP scholars, parents, staff and community. Miss Keisha joined the CCSP community as a parent member more than 12 years ago.
Mrs.Tamika Davis has been the Middle School Administrative Assistant for the last 2 years. Her role includes many duties, such as communication procedures, and administrative orgnizing. Her goals include being a tremendous helper to all of CCSP, using her positive attitude and tireless energy to encourage our parents and students to work hard and succeed.