Chris Fleming, Principal
The faculty, staff, and administration welcome you to Lewisburg High School and extend best wishes for a successful year. LHS is a school in which we all take great pride, and I ask you to join us in continuing to build this great tradition. Your high school years will be memorable, and I challenge you to work hard in your classes and participate in as many school activities as possible. I encourage you to surpass the fine record which has been established by those who have walked the halls of LHS before you.
Together we can continue the Lewisburg Patriot Motto, Pride-Ambition-Trustworthy-Respect-Integrity-Obedience-Truthfulness-Service over self.
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Spence Rodman, Assistant Principal
Welcome to Lewisburg High School. I have had the pleasure of being a part of LHS since the day it opened. In my first 5 years at Lewisburg, I taught world history and coached football and soccer. I also served as Athletic Director. In June of 2011, I was selected to be an assistant principal at LHS.
I am proud to say that I am a product of DeSoto County Schools having graduated from Southaven High School in 1997. After graduation, I attended Mississippi State University where I earned a bachelor of science degree in education. My first teaching job was at Armstrong Middle School in Starkville, MS where I taught 8th grade U.S. History and coached varsity football. I left Armstrong in the Spring of 2002 to pursue further education at Northwestern State University. Here I studied Sports Administration and served as a graduate assistant football coach and taught Health and First Aid. After 2 years at NSU, I returned to DeSoto County to teach at Horn Lake High School. In the summer of 2005, I was offered a position to coach running backs at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. While at HSU, I made the realization that working with teenagers is where I was supposed to be, so I jumped at the chance to return to DeSoto County to be a part of Lewisburg High School. While working at LHS, I also earned my Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University.
I believe that education is important to the success of individuals and to the success of our society as a whole. I feel that what a high school should teach students can be summed up in four simple things. The first thing I think schools should do for students is to teach them how to write effectively. The second thing I believe that schools should do is teach students to read and to help them fall in love with reading. The third thing I believe that schools should do is teach students how to reason. The fourth thing I believe schools should do is to teach students how to relate with other people. If we teach our Patriots how to do these four things then they have a great chance at being successful.
Regina Ross, Assistant Principal
Hello students, parents, family and friends. Welcome to my page.
Being a life-long DeSoto County resident I am proud to work and give back to my community. My parents chose Hernando as their home so I attended grades K-12 in Hernando. My husband and I believe in DeSoto County so much that we have chosen to raise our children here as well.
After graduating from Hernando High School in 1996, I obtained my Bachelor of Business from the University of Mississippi. Unhappy in the business world, I decided to pursue my dream of being an educator. After returning to school, I began teaching at Olive Branch High School in 2002. Being certified to teach Business, Social Studies and Math I taught a plethora of courses during my 10 years in the classroom. I obtained my Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Ole Miss in 2006. After our second child, I decided to return to school to obtain a Masters in Educational Leadership, which has given me the great opportunity to work at the best high school in the state of Mississippi, Lewisburg High!
I now proudly serve as your Assistant Principal at Lewisburg High School where I hope to continue to have a positive impact on students’ academic achievements.
Lewanda Wallace, Assistant Principal