On May 9, the Pattonville Board of Education approved the hiring of three people for administrative positions in the district. They will begin their new roles on July 1.
Dr. Jada Bell has been selected as the director of student services. Bell is an assistant principal at Parkway North High School, a role she started in 2017. Prior to that, she was an assistant principal in St. Louis Public Schools for three years. She also taught English in the Hazelwood and Riverview Gardens school districts. She began teaching in 2007. Bell has a bachelor’s degree in English from Tennessee State University, a master’s degree in special reading and administration from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and a doctorate in school leadership from Maryville University.
Danielle Beyer will become an assistant principal at Pattonville Heights Middle School. Beyer is currently a social studies teacher at Heights. Prior to joining Pattonville in 2018, Beyer was a social studies teacher at Southeast Middle School in the Hazelwood School District for two years. She also was a substitute teacher in the Pattonville, Ladue and St. Charles school districts during the spring 2016 semester. Beyer earned her bachelor’s degree in middle school education from Missouri State University and her master’s degree in administration from William Woods University.
Andre Redden will join Pattonville High School as an assistant principal. Redden is currently a business teacher and coach at Bayless High School, a role he started in 2019. Previously, he was a business teacher at Gateway Stem High School and Francis Howell Central High School for a year. Prior to becoming a teacher, Redden had a more than decade-long career in banking, serving as a branch manager at Regions Bank in Bridgeton for eight years and as an assistant branch manager at Wells Fargo for four years. Redden has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mississippi State University, master’s degrees in business administration and education from Lindenwood University and a specialist degree in education leadership from Maryville University.