Mallory D. Floyd, Director of Instruction

Phone: 330-580-3029

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Mallory D. Floyd, Director of Instruction

Welcome to the  PreK-2 Instruction webpage, where your student’s educational success begins!  

I am a proud graduate of Canton McKinley High School with 20+ years of experience in the Canton City School District. I began my career as a special education teacher at Mason Elementary and Souers Middle School, with multiple years as a special education supervisor in the NE and SW ends of Canton City. My administrative experience was at Timken Senior High School as an assistant principal and Belden Elementary School as the principal.  I also spent six years in a neighboring district working at the district level and I am so pleased to have returned “home”.  

My main responsibility is to collaborate with the PreK-2 building principals, assistant principals, reading specialists and teachers to ensure every student is reading, writing and excelling in math at grade level before they leave our school for the Leadership Schools.  I am also committed to collaborating with other district administrators to make the best decisions for the students of the Canton City School District.

At our PreK-2 buildings (Allen, Dueber, Harter, McGregor, Schreiber, Stone and Worley), We are strive to educating the whole child.  While your student attends our Reading and Math Preparatory School, we will engage them in researched based teaching strategies that will result in your student being able to demonstrate their mastery of Ohio Learning standards.  We will prepare the environment so that every student has an opportunity to develop the 21st Century skills necessary to achieve at high levels.  Students will be able to collaborate, create, think, imagine, innovate and be part of a team.  We will support your child socially and emotionally with our positive behavioral support system and our restorative practices. Our goal is for your student to have the best beginning to the start of their educational years.

Mallory D. Floyd