My name is Bridget Leatherman and I am honored to be the Principal at May Elementary School. I am originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and moved to Las Vegas to be a 4th grade teacher in 1998. Since then, I have taught and served as an assistant principal in several schools throughout the Clark County School District. In 2012, I was privileged to be hired as the principal at May Elementary School.
May Elementary School is an amazing place to work and learn. I continue to be amazed every day at how hard all of the staff and students continue to work on setting goals and focusing on achieving to be the best. From News Crew, Cheer Team, Dance Team, Basketball, Choir, there are so many ways to be involved at May. Our focus is aimed to ensure that all students are learning at a high level and experience academic excellence. We also strive to instill the essential character traits to assist all students to become successful citizens in this society.
As the principal at May Elementary School, I value parental engagement and believe that your participation is vital as we work together as a team to provide the most positive educational experience for your children. I am proud to say that the staff at May will continue to make every effort to provide your children the best education possible so that they can succeed academically and personally throughout their life.
My name is Rob Rosenblatt and I am very excited to be the Assistant Principal at May Elementary School. I moved to LasVegas from Michigan in 2007. During my time in the Clark County School District I have taught 4th and 5th grade and I was an instructional coach for three years. I was honored to be appointed as assistant principal at May Elementary School in 2019.
As assistant principal at May Elementary School, it is my goal to work with all teachers, students, and parents to make our school a safe and respectful learning environment. With the commitment of our parents, the dedication of our teachers, and the hard work of our students, there is no doubt in my mind that May students will be ready for whatever life challenges they have to face.