Edie Jarrell returns to Cunningham Creek after serving as the principal of Wards Creek since 2012. Previously, Edie was the Assistant Principal at Cunningham Creek for three years. Before moving to St. Johns County, Edie enjoyed 27 years of service as a Teacher, Media Specialist, Administrative Instructional Support, and Assistant Principal. Edie earned her Bachelors of Arts in Education, with a focus on Exceptional Education from the University of North Florida in 1981. In 1989, Edie was awarded her Masters in Educational Leadership from UNF. In 1998, Edie completed her Masters in Information Studies and Library Science from Florida State University. Edie’s love for children and her passion for education continue to kindle her desire to make a positive impact on our community and students.
Assistant Principal, Ken Goodwin
Dr. Goodwin has been serving teachers, parents, students, and school communities for the past 20 years as an educator in various capacities. He served as a middle school mathematics and science teacher, a state mathematics coach, board of directors for the Delaware Center for Educational Technology, national consultant for McGraw-Hill, peer reviewer for Sage Publications, 4 years as an assistant principal, 7 years as a principal, and 4 years as a district academic dean. He moved to Florida two years ago, due to a job relocation for his wife, and has been the assistant principal at Crookshank Elementary during that time. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Missouri – St. Louis and his Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Educational Leadership from the University of Delaware. He is very excited to be serving the staff, students, and parents of Cunningham Creek Elementary and being a member of the St. Johns County School District.