Principal

Mr. Jeff Pegues

Phone: 620-252-6420

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Jeff Pegues

Education:

PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY, Pittsburg, Kansas
Master's Degree in Educational Leadership (June 2012)

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, Manhattan, Kansas
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (May 1999)

Professional Experience:

Principal, Roosevelt Middle School, Coffeyville, KS 67337 (2 years)
Assistant Principal, Field Kindley High School, Coffeyville, KS 67337 (1 year)
7th/8th Grade Science Teacher, Meadow View Elementary, USD 506 (10 years)
5th Grade Teacher, Nike Intermediate School, USD 231 (3 years)

Assistant Principal

Mrs. Kerri Stevens

Phone: 620-252-6420

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Kerri Stevens

Mrs. Kerri Stevens is currently a Secondary Coordinator for Tri-County Special Education Interlocal 607, where she has been a teacher, facilitator, and coordinator for the past 17 years. I attended LCC during high school to gain college credits before high school graduation, like most kids did. I have degrees from Pitt and some college hours from KU that were complete online. Some of my hobbies include cooking, exercising, exercising my dog, Red, and playing games. I love to be outside, and I spend a lot of time a Grand Lake.

“Last year, I worked in Coffeyville for the first time.  It did not take long to realize that the educational system in Coffeyville is top-notch.  Roosevelt Middle School was quickly the most comfortable building to be in, and I was impressed with their planning of teaching social skills to all students.  As a Tri-County coordinator, I only worked with special education students and their families.  I am looking forward to meeting all of the students at Roosevelt Middle school and their families,” stated Mrs. Stevens.

She grew up in Parsons, KS and currently resides in Cherryvale, KS with her husband of 17 years and their dog Red.

 “I am looking forward to building relationships with the students, their families, and the staff at RMS and the Coffeyville district,” says Stevens.