About Our School
Meet Our Team
Dr. Vicky Creasy, Principal
Dr. Creasy has been an educator for over 20 years- half of those with K12-powered schools. She loves helping students to find their calling and help them to develop into their adult selves. Her passions are learning how students thrive and learn best. Reading is a constant in the Creasy household, and Dr. Creasy can often be found reading from her ridiculously large sized collection of children’s books to any school aged children that will listen.
She has been a teacher, professional development leader, technology director, principal, and Head of School. Leading schools of teachers, students, parents, and their communities brings her great joy. Dr. Creasy is an avid LSU Tiger, having earned much of her education there. She does have a Master’s and Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Lamar University as well.
Sandi Brueck | Academic Administrator for Special Programs
Mrs. Brueck has more than 30 years of experience in special education. In her various roles as a special educator, she has advocated for students with special needs and those who serve those students. During her career, she has taught all grade levels in special education and worked as a teacher consultant, an assistant principal in a center-based program for students with behavior disorders, a special education supervisor of students with autism, a special education consultant with the Michigan Department of Education, and most recently, as the academic administrator of special programs at a virtual academy in Michigan.
She graduated from Western Michigan University with her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in special education and reading. She also received her administrator certification from Grand Valley State University. Early in her career, she attended Indiana University at South Bend when working as a special education teacher. Mrs. Brueck received the honor of being voted "Autism Staff of the Year" while working as the supervisor of autism and was humbled to serve as a "Reading First" trainer during the "No Child Left Behind" legislative years. She is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children and ASCD.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, adult daughter, her daughter's boyfriend, and three dogs. The family enjoys camping with friends several times during the summer. Mrs. Brueck is also an avid reader and often reads to gain more knowledge in serving the teachers who serve our exceptional students.
Mrs. Brueck's favorite quote is from Maya Angelou: "Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better."