Charleston County School District have announced Jarmalar Logan as the principal of Jane Edwards Elementary School. Logan has served as principal at Lambs Elementary for the past several years.
Logan began her career in education as a first grade teacher at E.B. Ellington Elementary in 2001 before becoming a teacher coach at Charleston Progressive Academy (CPA) in 2004. As a teacher coach, Logan implemented new district curriculum initiatives, conducted professional development for staff, and provided administrative support for all grade levels.
During this time, she also was a parent educator at the Exchange Club Center in North Charleston, teaching classes about parenting styles and child behavior, as well as a summer school teacher and eventually the summer school site director at CPA for two years. Logan served as CPA’s lead teacher for one year in 2008 before transitioning to Pepperhill Elementary where she held the position of assistant principal from 2009 to 2011.
Logan received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, a Master of Science in Individual and Family Development, and a graduate certificate in Human Development Consultation from South Carolina State University. She obtained her certification in Educational Administration from The Citadel and is certified in the areas of elementary principal, elementary supervisor, elementary education, early childhood education, reading, and gifted and talented endorsement.
Logan is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, International Reading Association, National Staff Development Council, and a past participants in the SC Department of Education’s Assistant Principals’ Program for Leadership Excellence (APPLE) and CCSD’s Principals for Tomorrow Leadership Development (PFT).