South Region Instructional Superintendent, Elementary
School District of Palm Beach County
Jamie Wyatt, a dedicated educator for 26 years, is passionate about serving the students and families of the Palm Beach County School District. Throughout her career, she has been committed to establishing a high-performance culture that guarantees “All” children will receive a high quality, rigorous education.
Ms. Wyatt began her teaching career in Volusia County. She then served as a Principal in the Indianapolis Public Schools for six years and led two different Title I schools to making AYP. Ms. Wyatt continued her career in the Palm Beach County School District. Her work as Principal of Melaleuca Elementary resulted in improving from a “B” to an “A” and making AYP. She significantly decreased suspension rates as Principal of Village Academy, the only K-12 model in the District. Ms. Wyatt also served as the Principal of Calusa Elementary for 6 years and maintained a high “A.” Her work at Calusa led her school to being recognized as a model school for Rigor through the Marzano Rigor Pilot as well as being recognized by the State as a Gold Status PBS Model School.
For the past three years Ms. Wyatt has served as an Instructional Superintendent in the South Region and supervises 16 elementary schools. In this role she has partnered with school leadership resulting in increasing five schools from "B" to "A" and one school from a "C" to an "A". Closing the student achievement gap has been at the forefront of Ms. Wyatt’s career.
Ms. Wyatt holds Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Florida Atlantic University and a Master’s of Science in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
She enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys and playing tennis, running, and snow skiing in the winter.