School Board Approves New School Administrators

The Okaloosa County School Board approved the following new administrators at the July 27, 2020, School Board Meeting: Victor Mann, Baker School Assistant Principal and Dr. Kim Dunn, Crestview High School Assistant Principal.

Victor Mann – Baker School Assistant Principal

Victor Mann – Baker School Assistant Principal

Victor Mann is a proud product of Okaloosa Schools, having attended Valparaiso Elementary School, Ruckel Middle School, and Niceville High School where he played soccer, graduating in 2001. After majoring in Criminal Justice at Troy University and working in corrections for a year, Victor changed career paths to education where he began coaching and substituting. He started his first teaching job at Shoal River Middle School in 2011 before transferring to Niceville High School in 2012. There he spent seven years teaching American Government, U.S. History, and World History, and coaching football and soccer.

Dr. Kim Dunn – Crestview AP

Dr. Kim Dunn – Crestview High School Assistant Principal

Dr. Kim Dunn is also a product of the Okaloosa County School District and graduated from Crestview High School. She has been an Okaloosa County educator since 1999. To date, she has taught Exceptional Student Education (ESE), Speech, English II, English II Honors and AICE English General Paper. She is also a former OCSD Instructional Coach. During this time, she and the literacy team at Crestview High School were awarded Literacy Team of the Year for the state of Florida.

Dr. Dunn earned a Master’s in Education Leadership and has received her doctorate in Educational Leadership. She believes that all students are capable of learning and that holding high expectations for both teachers and students is key to successful outcomes. Dr. Dunn is committed to working with, and alongside, administrators, faculty, staff, and students in order to build the best opportunities available in order to achieve and maintain success for Crestview High School.

Dr. Dunn comes from a long line of educators and has three daughters, Lauren, Emiley, and Carlie and six grandchildren.