Meet Our Assistant Principal

Blair Jeanise


B jeaniseBlair Jeanise is the Assistant Principal at Pineville Elementary and has served in that role for the past three years. Blair taught third grade for eleven years, and she served as a Turnaround Specialist for the district, coaching teachers and working to improve struggling schools.

Blair earned Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Louisiana State University and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from 

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Northwestern State University. Blair and her husband, John, are both graduates of public schools in Rapides Parish. They have two precious boys and they are also active in their local church.

Blair is passionate about providing the students at Pineville Elementary with the best education and opportunities to thrive socially, emotionally, and physically. Blair counsels students to make wise choices and works hand-in-hand with community members to help families in need.

Pineville Elementary has developed a strong community partnership, which further contributes to the success of its students. Pineville Elementary is in the forefront and is the first school in central Louisiana to adopt the Leader in Me Program, designed to equip all students with the confidence and skills to reach their full potential.

Meet Our Assistant Principal
Rick Miller

rmillerMy name is Rick Miller. I am excited about being the Assistant Principal at the new D.F. Huddle PreK-K Center. A safe, stable, and secure learning environment is essential for children to learn effectively. I will work tirelessly to provide that environment as well as quality instruction. I have been given the responsibility of being a positive role model for these students. It is an honor to be given the opportunity to mold the young student’s values, beliefs, and help build character for them to excel as successful problem-solvers. I invite the parents and community to share this responsibility so we, together as a team, will make the largest impact on the student’s future.

Meet Our Principal
Erin Stokes, Ed. D.

Erin Stokes PhotoErin Stokes, Ed.D. is the Principal at Pineville Elementary School. Prior to her current position, Erin has over ten years of experience as a middle school teacher and instructional coach. As a Title I Coordinator for the district, she also helped coordinate and lead professional development for teachers and administrators across Rapides Parish. She has also served as an adjunct professor at Louisiana College, teaching graduate-level courses that prepare alternative-certification teachers for the classroom. Erin’s research focuses on the effects of school culture, climate, and collective efficacy on school reform. She recently won the Louisiana Educational Research Association Award for Outstanding Research (2017) and presented her research at the American Educational Research Association Conference in San Antonio, Texas and the Visible Learning Conference in San Francisco, California. She is also collaborating with professors from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette to publish a book for future educational leaders.

Erin is passionate about providing a rigorous educational experience for every child, but also supporting the emotional and physical health of her students. She and the administrative staff have worked to gain community partners to help with these endeavors. She wants to increase the opportunities for the 4th through 6th grades students to be involved in the arts and in sports. Most of all, she wants to see Pineville Elementary become a beacon of hope for the community, as we work together to prepare the next generation.



Meet Our Master Teacher 
Caitlyn Maddox


maddoxMy name is Caitlyn Maddox. I have been an educator in Rapides Parish for 5 years. In those 5 years I have worked as a 3rd grade teacher Data Teams leader, TAP Mentor teacher, and TAP Master teacher. I am excited and honored to become a BPC Master teacher for the 2018-19 school year at Lessie Moore Elementary. I have a passion for leading both teachers and students and helping them experience success in and out of the classroom. On a personal level, my husband of 7 years is the Defensive Coordinator for the Louisiana College Wildcats in Pineville. We spend our weekends wearing orange and blue cheering on the wildcats with our daughter.

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