Mike Bievenour earned his Bachelors degree in 1991 from California University of Pennsylvania and his Masters degree in 1992 from Ball State University. He started teaching in 1992 at Bennett Middle School. In 1993, he moved to Parkside High School as a technology education teacher. In 2005 he became dean of students at Parkside High School. In 2007 he became assistant principal at Parkside High School. In 2010 he was transferred to Salisbury Middle School. He resides in Wicomico County with his wife Ronna and two children who attend Wicomico County Public Schools.
Ms. Dunn earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry in 1997 from Salisbury University. After working for the City of Salisbury for two years as a Lab Technician at the Wastewater Treatment Plant she decided to go back to school. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education in 2002. She taught fifth grade Reading/Language Arts at North Salisbury for nine years. She then transferred to Salisbury Middle School and taught seventh grade English/Language Arts for two years. While teaching at both North Salisbury and Salisbury Middle she earned her Master’s degree in Education as a Reading Specialist. Upon becoming a reading specialist she moved to Bennett Middle School as a Reading Intervention teacher. This year she was promoted to Acting Dean of Students at Bennett Middle School. She believes that high expectations along with building relationships with staff, students, and parents will help students strive for future success.
Updated: Oct 09 2017