Dr. Carrie Buckley earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Lewis University in 1999. She received her first Master of Arts degree in Teaching and Leadership in 2004 from Saint Xavier University. Her second Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration was completed in 2008, also through Saint Xavier University. During the summer of 2013, she began her work on her Doctorate in Educational Administration through the University of St. Francis and successfully completed her dissertation on The Effects of Student Goal Setting on Reading Achievement in July of 2016.
Dr. Buckley comes to us from Addison School District 4, where she was the very proud principal of Fullerton School for 8 years. Prior to her role as principal, she began her career as 3rd grade teacher for 8 years and then moved into a district office leadership position for 4 years before heading to Addison.