MYcroSchool Jacksonville has a talented staff of caring adults and highly-qualified educators focused on getting students back on-track to graduation.
Randy Hudspeth, Principal
Randy Hudspeth joined as principal of MYcroSchool Jacksonville. Mr. Hudspeth comes to us with a strong school leadership background. He has served in various leadership capacities in the United States Navy, as a school leader in Suwanee County, was the Founding Principal of the Lonestar Academy in Jacksonville, and most recently served as Campus Director of Embry Riddle University in Jacksonville.
Mr. Hudspeth is off to a great start at MYcroSchool Jacksonville. He has three simple requirements for students:
1. Show Respect and Get Respect!
2. Cooperate and Graduate!
3. Make Progress Every Day!
Danielle Boyce, Social Studies Teacher
Danielle Boyce is the social studies teacher at MYcroSchool Jacksonville. Originally from Ohio, she received her B.A. from Wright State University in Dayton, OH with a degree in Political Science/Pre-law. Mrs. Boyce is an avid Buckeye fan and enjoys watching college sports. She loves running and spending time with her three children and husband.
Samantha Lee, Testing Specialist/ITA
Samantha Lee was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL. She is excited to be the new Testing Specialist/ITA at MYcroSchool Jacksonville. Samantha is a proud alumna of Florida State University, with a Bachelor’s in Science degree, and of Jacksonville University, with a Master’s in Education. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and catching up on a few good reads.
Stephen Booth, Career Tech
Stephen Booth graduated from the University of Illinois with a masters in Special Education. He became a resource teacher at a middle school in Chicago, and a camp counselor for youths with disabilities. Before moving to Florida, Mr. Booth ran a day program for 50 adults with disabilities that focused on life skills, recreation and community involvement. He enjoys sports and outdoor activities as well as traveling to eat regional specialties. In the classroom, Mr. Booth always encourages students to give the extra effort that makes their project really stand out and get noticed.
Gabriel Hurt, Math Teacher
Lawrence Nelson is one of the first teachers to teach the Transition position when it started as a pilot program through Duval County Public Schools and Project SOS. He is now in year three of his novice teaching experience. As a first year teacher he taught Social Studies at Andrew Jackson High School. Mr. Nelson is excited to be on the charter side of the public schooling system, at MYcroSchool Jacksonville. Mr. Nelson received his Bachelor of Arts in History from South Carolina State University. Also he has performed in many stage plays under many directors, including Taking a Stand about the Orangeburg Massacre, Sawg A Rella, Canterbury Tales, to name a few.
Mr. Nelson believes that all students may achieve if they set realistic goals that they themselves are determined to meet. A Product of Jacksonville Mr. Nelson was enrolled at many schools beginning with Douglas Anderson High School of the Arts, with a concentration in acting. After one year, he transferred schools and soon graduated from Englewood High School, where he lettered in Football, Track and Field and Wrestling. He was enrolled at Lake Shore Middle school and later transferred to Lavailla Middle School of the Arts. As a young boy he attended Lake Lucina Elementary School.
Jennifer Schreiner, Spanish Teacher
Jennifer Schreiner is currently a Spanish virtual instructor and a virtual CAHSEE tutor from home. She teaches Spanish twice a day at MYcroSchool Jacksonville for the am and pm students. Mrs. Schreiner started her education career with SIATech two years ago at the SIATech Homestead Charter High School as the creative technology instructor and then became the science instructor a year later. She is now teaching students in Arkansas, California, and Florida.
Christiana Morgan, Science Teacher
Christiana Morgan is the Science Teacher at MYcroSchool Jacksonville, and is the National Lead Science Teacher for SIATech. She has her Reading Endorsement and is one of the teachers in charge of MYcroSchool’s Intensive Reading and Math program. Mrs. Morgan is originally from Dade City, Florida, and previously taught at Columbia High School in Lake City, Florida. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Marine Science from College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine.
Mrs. Swanson enjoys teaching, and loves to make science applicable to every part of life. “ I love working with students to help them achieve their full potential. My goal is to help students in every way possible to help them receive their high school diploma.”
Kelly Treat, Career Specialist
Kelly Treat is the Career Specialist at MYcroSchool Jacksonville. She is originally from Bloomington, Indiana, but has lived in Florida for much of her life. Ms. Treat is a veteran of the United States Navy. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Social and Criminal Justice and a Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology both from Ashford University. Ms. Treat is currently a student at Nova Southeastern working on an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership.
Ms. Treat is excited about her new position as the Career Specialist as her passion is helping young people realize that they have talent and helping them to choose a college or career path once they graduate from MYcroSchool. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family, friends, and three dogs. Additionally, she loves to travel, learn about new cultures, shop for shoes, and watch college basketball.
Katie White, ESE Teacher
Katie White is the social studies teacher at MYcroSchool Jacksonville. She completed her degree at the University of North Florida and is currently working on her Masters degree in Applied Learning and Curriculum at the University of Central Florida. Mrs. White likes to watch the Knights play football, read, see movies at the theater (there is nothing like that experience) and spend time with her family. Mrs. White is married and has a pudgy cat named Daphne. Her favorite quote is from Babe Ruth: “Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.”
Shaniqua Smith, Registrar
Shaniqua Smith has lived in Jacksonville since the age of 4. She’s the current Registrar at MYcroSchool Jacksonville. She loves to shop, eat, and spend time with family and friends. Shaniqua is very welcoming and always has a smile on her face.
Eric White, English Teacher