Don R. Brady is Principal of Wicomico High School. As Principal, Mr. Brady has sought to develop collaborative teams clearly focused on student learning. The teams at Wi Hi work interdependently to achieve common goals linked to one purpose learning for all. Mr. Brady believes in the value of shared leadership. He served as Principal of the SEED School of Maryland and Assistant Principal of Frederick High School and Monocacy Middle School before joining Wicomico's leadership team. Mr. Brady is clearly focused on cultivating effective teacher leaders and supporting professional growth, resulting in stronger student achievement. Mr. Brady earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from Salisbury University and a masters degree in educational leadership from Hood College.
Mrs. Lavion Bratten was appointed assistant principal on July 10, 2012. Prior to her appointment Mrs. Bratten held the administrative title, Dean of Students, at Wicomico High School. Before joining the administrative team, Mrs. Bratten taught Business at Wicomico High School for 5 years. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Mrs. Bratten also received a Master’s degree in Education through her graduate work at Walden University, as well as, a Master’s degree in School Leadership and Instruction through her graduate work at Wilmington University. Mrs. Bratten enjoys working with students and advocating for them. She also enjoys working with parents, staff, and community leaders to ensure every student’s success.
Mrs. McGoogan is a Wicomico County Public Schools graduate who received her Bachelor’s degrees from Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina and Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland and she received her Master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina. Prior to becoming Assistant Principal at Wicomico High School in 2013, she was the Supervisor of Secondary Math/Science/STEM Initiatives in Somerset County, Dean of Students at Wicomico High School, and Mathematics Professional Development Coach at Bennett Middle School. She began her career in 1993 as a 6th grade math and science teacher at East Salisbury Elementary School and has taught grades 6-12 general and special education classes throughout her career.
Mr. Greene is a Wicomico County Public School graduate and earned his Bachelors and Master’s Degree from Salisbury University. Prior to becoming Assistant Principal at Wicomico High, he was an Assistant Principal at Mardela Middle and High School, Bennett Middle, and Parkside High. Before becoming an Assistant Principal he held the position of Dean of Students at James M. Bennett. He began his teaching career in Wicomico County teaching 9th and 11th grade history at Wicomico High, where he also coached football and softball. He lives in Hebron with his wife Dawn and two daughters.