Mrs. Burris began her career in education in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and then transitioned to Union County Schools in the fall of 2009. She has been a pre-k teacher, literacy facilitator, third-grade summer school teacher, administrative intern, and assistant principal.
During her time in the public school system, she has also taught evening classes for the Education Department at UNC-Charlotte and Stanly Community College. Mrs. Burris loves to be involved in the learning process for any child or adult and is a lifelong learner herself. Her bachelor's degree, master's degree and graduate certificate were all completed at UNC-Charlotte in the areas of Early Childhood Education and School Administration.
Mrs. Burris grew up in Stone Mountain, Georgia and in Mount Pleasant, North Carolina. Her family moved to the area when she was in the 8th grade. When she married her husband she moved to Oakboro, North Carolina where they currently reside. Mrs. Burris enjoys almost any outdoor activity including working in the yard/garden, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking and many more.
Dr. Pascale Glenn believes it is her obligation to provide children with the tools they need to succeed. She is committed to innovation and continuous improvement. She thinks today’s students will live in a society that requires students to be prepared to confront new challenges.
Dr. Glenn serves as the Assistant Principal at Hemby Bridge Elementary. She is a life-long learner and is committed to her studies. She attended Gardner- Webb University where she received her Doctoral Degree. Dr. Glenn has received her Masters's Degree from both Adelphi University and Gardner-Webb University. She received her undergraduate from Bernard M. Baruch College. Currently, Dr. Glenn is completing her certification in Dual Language Immersion for Administrators from East Carolina University. Dr. Glenn has taught English as a Second Language before becoming an Administrator. She speaks three languages and has experience at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
She is an active member of the North Carolina Association of School Administrators and the North Carolina Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Dr. Glenn is an active member of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International and is passionate about promoting the professional and personal growth of educators and supporting academic excellence in schools she serves.. She has received her Future Ready Leadership certification so she can better serve in her role as a school administrator.
In her spare time, Dr. Glenn volunteers with the homeless shelter/The Salvation Army. Dr. Glenn loves to travel with her family and enjoys exercising, bowling and writing poetry to maintain a good positive balance.