Jason Miller

Mr. Jason Miller

  • Principal

Jason Miller is proud to have served as Principal of Prince Street Elementary since July 2016. Prince Street is rocking education with its "House System" across all grade levels and engaging all students and staff. Through chants and cheers, flexible seating, the Prince Core Four, an array of after-school programs run by volunteer staff members, and more, Prince Street celebrates and elevates its scholars following the model of the renowned Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta. Prince Street has been recognized as a National Let's Move Active School and a Maryland Center for Character Education School of the Year, a PBIS Gold School, and a Maryland EXCELS Level 5 School for its Prekindergarten program. During his career in Wicomico County, Mr. Miller has exercised outstanding leadership in a number of initiatives including the Ron Clark-Inspired University professional development opportunity for eight Title I schools, the Math 24 Game Tournament, Fuel Up to Play 60, the Code of Conduct Revision Committee, the Attendance Revision Committee and the Consistent Attire Program (CAP), and other initiatives focused on student achievement in the areas of mathematics and reading. He also served on the Maryland State Department of Education committee for the Principal Evaluation Model. Jason has presented at local, state and national conferences. Most recently he has presented at the National Association for Professional Development Schools and the Pathways to Professions Leadership Academy at Coppin State University. He serves on the executive board for the Lower Shore Childcare Resource Center and the Center for Inclusive Excellence at Coppin State University.  He also organized a multicultural community event to bring Ravens NFL offensive tackle and author Michael Oher ("I Beat the Odds") to Prince Street School in 2012 for a motivational speech and book signing for students and community. Mr. Miller began his career in Wicomico Schools as a teacher in July 2003 at Pinehurst Elementary. He moved on to the role of a Mathematics Professional Development Coach working at Delmar and West Salisbury Elementary schools. He was Interim Assistant Principal at Delmar Elementary and then Assistant Principal at Delmar Elementary, Westside Intermediate and Prince Street Elementary. He served as principal of Westside Intermediate School from 2012-2016, and has been Principal of Prince Street Elementary since 2016. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor for Salisbury University. Jason Miller was born and raised in Salisbury and attended Wicomico County Public Schools, graduating from Parkside High. He attended Salisbury University and received a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He later earned a Master of Education Degree in Public School Administration from SU.

Assistant Principal

Kim Waters

Ms. Kim Waters

  • Assistant Principal

Ms. Kimberly M. Waters is a product of Wicomico County Public Schools and the proud mother of one musically talented son. After graduating from James M. Bennett Sr. High School in 1989, she attended Towson State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education in 1994. She began her teaching career in Baltimore County as a 5th grade teacher at Hernwood Elementary School. For the 13 years, she was fortunate to hold many leadership positions. Not only was she the Grade level Chairperson, the ILT (Instructional Leadership Team) Chairperson, and mentor teacher to numerous student teachers, she also became the Multicultural Liaison between her school and the Board of Education where she was given the privilege of speaking at several National Multicultural Conferences for the County across the United States. Through this partnership, she was also given the opportunity to teach several graduate classes surrounding the topic of Multicultural Education. In this role, she was able to meet with other teachers, office staff, custodians, and administrators from across Baltimore County. After leaving Baltimore County and returning to Wicomico County, Ms. Waters was hired as a 5th grade teacher at East Salisbury Elementary School. She remained in that position for 4 years. During this time, she continued to serve as the liaison for Multicultural Education between her school and the Wicomico County Board of Education. From there, she served as a Media Specialist and later the Dean of Students. While in this role, she earned her Master’s Degree in leadership and Supervision from Salisbury University in 2014. That same year, she was promoted to Assistant Principal at Beaver Run Elementary and severed in that position until the end of 2017-2018 school year. She became Assistant Principal of Prince Street Elementary School for the 2018-2019 and a proud member of the House of Goo Hae-Ra. This is her 29th year in education and she looks forward to the start of this and every school year. She aspires for herself the same that she hopes for all students that she encounters daily to learn something new!

Assistant Principal

Sheree Douglas-Johnsonn

Ms. Sheree Douglas Johnson

  • Assistant Principal

Mrs. Douglas-Johnson is a proud graduate of Wicomico County Public Schools. She is joining the Prince Street Elementary faculty as Assistant Principal bringing her teaching career full circle. Prior to this appointment she served as Assistant Principal at numerous secondary schools in the county including Parkside High School, Wicomico Middle School, Mardela Middle and High School and as Dean of Students at Wicomico High School. The former middle school history teacher began her teaching career at East Salisbury Elementary. Mrs. Douglas-Johnson received two Bachelors of Science degrees from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Salisbury University. She also received her Master of Educational Leadership from Salisbury University. Mrs. Douglas-Johnson enjoys working with students, parents and the school faculty to ensure every student has a champion-an adult who will never give up on them! She lives in Salisbury with her husband, Dean, and their fur family member, Steeler. They enjoy spending time with their grandsons, Joel and Alec.

Dean of Students

Mr. John Wixted

  • Dean Of Students

Mr. John Wixted is honored to serve as the Dean of Students at Prince Street Elementary School. Growing up on Long Island, NY, Mr. Wixted has truly loved embracing life on the Eastern Shore of MD, especially here in Wicomico County! Mr. Wixted graduated from Salisbury University with a bachelor's degree and dual certifications in Music Education and Vocal Performance. He began his teaching career at Pemberton Elementary School (2017-20) where he taught General Music to all grades, including multi-grade choirs, served as Assistant Coach to the PES Steppers, and was the Arts Integration Chairperson. During this time, Mr. Wixted also co-founded the All County Elementary School Choir (ACES Choir) and was part of the original All County Musical production team for seven years. Following his tenure at PES, Mr. Wixted then had the privilege of becoming a Mardela Middle & High School (MMHS) Warrior (2020-24) where he taught a variety of music and theatre courses to 6th-12th grade students, including 2 full-year honors choirs, and started Wicomico County’s first ever Female Show Choir. In his time at MMHS, Mr. Wixted also established a Drama Club and started Wicomico County’s first ever traveling Children’s Theatre show, sharing the Drama Club’s love of theatre and literacy with many of Wicomico County’s Elementary Schools. Additional affiliations during his time at MMHS included being Chair of the Equity Committee, membership on the Instructional Leadership Team (ILT), representation for MMHS on Wicomico County’s Equity Team, service as MMEA Middle School State Representative (2023-24), and Vice President of ESCDA (2022-24). Mr. Wixted has also had the honor of receiving several grants over his career in education, allowing him to create and establish many of the aforementioned groups and organizations. Most recently, in 2023, Mr. John Wixted was honored to be nominated for and to receive the “MMEA Outstanding Music Educator” Award. Mr. Wixted is a proud member of the House of Kuumba and is always ready to help those around him find their light and shine brighter than ever before!