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Dr. Waymond Ervin, Principal

Dr. Waymond Ervin, Principal of Northeast High

Dr. Waymond Ervin has 20 years of educational experience. He is passionate about students’ education and post-graduation goals to become productive and influential people in their lives and for the next generation. His hobbies include reading about self-improvement, speaking about the productive struggle, and being with family and friends.

Rheanna Egli, Vice Principal

Hello! I am one of the Vice Principals at NEHS. I am here to support both students and staff in order to have a great year at Northeast! Originally from Iowa, I graduated from Emporia State University, where I played college basketball. I received my administration degree in urban education from UMKC. I enjoy athletics, working out, cooking, coffee, church, and being a lifelong learner.

Rheanna Egli, Vice Principal of Northeast High School

Touria Pratt, Vice Principal

Touria Pratt, Vice Principal of NEMS

Hello!  My name is Touria Pratt and I have the privilege of serving as your Vice Principal this year.  I am married to my husband of twelve years, and together we have two beautiful children.  I was born and raised in Morocco, so I am fluent in Arabic!  Outside of my world of education, I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, and watching interesting documentaries.

My Education and Professional Background:

I began my teaching career in 2011 as a Middle School Math teacher with KIPP Endeavor Academy, I then transitioned to teaching High School Math at Liberty North for 8 years, and was recently a Math Teacher at Staley High School.  

I graduated with my Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from the University of Illinois-Springfield, I earned my Master’s Degree in Teaching from Park University, and then I went on to complete my Educational Specialist Degree in Secondary School Administration from Northwest Missouri State University.

My Educational Philosophy:

I believe education is paramount to success.  Education is the preservation and enhancement of knowledge and the development of character within our society. It serves as children’s best preparation for the future.  Education gives individuals the power to think effectively and objectively.  It drives their capacity to find the truth and to fight prejudices & propaganda.

Schools are what help children develop their own capabilities for success in life; becoming effective citizens, workers, and parents.  Schools help students achieve personal academic success, have concern for the environment, concern for themselves and others, as well as learn about responsibility, leadership, and diversity.  Schools should provide all children equal access to education, regardless of their race, socio-economic status, or gender.

Andrew Monrean, Vice Principal

Hello! My name is Andrew Monrean, and I'm proud to be a part of the fantastic team at Northeast High School as a Vice Principal and looking forward to a great school year. I'm originally from Pennsylvania and graduated from the Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education. I’ve also graduated from UMKC with a Masters Degree in Educational Administration and also been a part of UMKC PLUS.  I’ve been working in urban Kansas City in both KCPS and the charter system for over a decade teaching Secondary Social Studies and in school administration. I currently reside in Leawood with my wife, a middle school librarian in the Olathe School District, and two sons, ages 10 and 5.

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