Dr. Latee Walton-McCleod
Dr. McCleod’s passion lies in working with children with special needs, and she has a proven record of accomplishments in developing innovative and effective programs tailored to meet their individual requirements. Her unwavering dedication to children of all ages and abilities is fueled by her innate nature to teach. Her goal is to equip students with critical thinking skills and cultivate a mindset that will make them successful 21st-century learners, well-prepared for future challenges.
Throughout her career, Dr. McCleod has been recognized for her exceptional commitment to students. The Irvington High School Senior Class of 2010 acknowledged her extraordinary dedication, and she was also honored with the Union County Rotary Excellence in Education Award in 2016 for her unwavering service to the Township of Union.
Dr. McCleod’s qualifications speak volumes about her expertise and academic achievements. She holds five State of New Jersey Education Certifications, and she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Public Administration with a specialization in Special Education/Education Administration from Kean University. Recently, she successfully completed her Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership from Capella University.
Driven by her firm belief that “Education is the Key to Success,” Dr. Latee Walton-McCleod continues to make a significant impact in the lives of her students, ensuring they have the necessary tools and knowledge to thrive in their future endeavors.