Amy Eskridge is in her first year as principal at James M. Bennett High School. She served as principal of MMHS during the 2016-2017 school year. She also served as principal of Salisbury Middle School from 2009-2016 and was Dean of Student’s and Assistant Principal at James M. Bennett High School from 2004-2008. She also served as a special education teacher at Wicomico High School from 1993-2004. She earned her administrative certification through Salisbury University and holds a Master's in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Her Bachelor's Degree is from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the Special Education grade K-12. She is extremely excited to be back home at James M. Bennett High School. She knows the rich pride and tradition that the Clippers have both academically and outside of the classroom where students are able to show their many talents. She has three children. One that has already graduated from Wicomico County Schools and two that currently attend Wicomico County Schools.
Courtney Elliott went to Salisbury University graduating with a degree in Athletic Training and Physical Education. She continued on to get her Master’s Degree in Health Education at the University of South Carolina. After graduation, Courtney returned to Wicomico County to begin her career in 2003 as the Athletic Trainer/Physical Education Teacher at Parkside High School. After 5 years in that position, she transitioned to a full-time teaching position in Physical Education and Health. After taking on some leadership positions, she returned to Salisbury University to start the Administration Certification process. She completed her coursework and internship in May 2012.
Updated: Nov 20 2017
Mr. Kimandi Binns known to many as “Kimmy” was born and raised in Bermuda. He received a full athletic scholarship to play soccer at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore where he received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Education degree in Special Education. Mr. Binns has taught for five years at the elementary level in Bermuda, and has spent twelve years as a special education teacher at Mardela Middle and High School. There he was the head coach for boys soccer for five years and two years as an assistant coach in basketball. He served on various committees while working at MMHS. He is a sports enthusiast and was inducted into the UMES Hall of Fame for soccer. Mr. Binns is married to Twynette Binns who is also a teacher, and they have two daughters, one son, and a granddaughter.