Kris Gosnell - Principal
Kris Gosnell received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and her Master’s Degree in School Administration from Salisbury University. She began her career in education as a 5th grade teacher at Fruitland Intermediate and later taught 3rd grade at Fruitland Primary School. Mrs. Gosnell served as the assistant Principal of East Salisbury School from July 1999-June 2004 and as the Assistant Principal of Fruitland Intermediate School from July 2004-December 2004. She served as the Principal of Fruitland Intermediate School from January 2005- June 2010 and as Principal of Westside Primary School from July 2010-June 2016. Mrs. Gosnell is currently the Principal of Salisbury Middle School. She resides in Salisbury with her husband, Lee, and daughter, Karli.
Terry Dunn - Assistant Principal
Mr. Dunn is originally from New York and is a product of the Rockland County School District. Mr. Dunn earned his undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education from Salisbury State University in 1995 and his Master of Education in School Administration (M.Ed.) from Salisbury University in 2002. Prior to becoming a Vice Principal in Wicomico County at Mardela Middle and High School in 2016, Mr. Dunn was a Dean of Students at Salisbury Middle School in 2015 where he was also a teacher of Mathematics in grades six and seven from 2003-2015. In the 2003-2004 school year Mr. Dunn was chosen as the Salisbury Middle School's teacher of the year and semi-finalist in Wicomico County. Mr. Dunn began his teaching career at Pemberton Elementary School from 1996-2003 in grades five and six teaching multiple subjects. Mr. Dunn resides in Salisbury with his wife Kristie and five children, Tyler, Caitlyn, Natalie, Lacey and Ryan.
Jennifer Mudd - Assistant Principal
Tikitia Glover - Dean of Students
Ms. Glover was appointed Dean of Students and 7th grade administrator on August 20, 2009. Ms. Glover worked as a school counselor in the state of Georgia prior to becoming Dean of Students in Wicomico County and as a special education teacher in the private sector. She received her Masters of Education in School Counseling from South Carolina State University in 2002 and received her add-on Masters Degree in Educational Leadership and certification in 2009 from the University of Georgia. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D in Educational Leadership. Ms. Glover resides in Salisbury, Maryland is the proud mother of two, Areyhon and Malik.