Station Camp Elementary Administration
Dr. Racheal Mason’s Bio:
Dr. Mason has served in many leadership capacities over the past 16 years. She began her career as a classroom teacher in Kindergarten, 3rd grade and 5th grade. After 11 years in the classroom, she transitioned to a Lead Educator for Sumner County as well as the District Math Coach for elementary schools in Sumner County. Dr. Mason served as principal at Lakeside Park prior to her arrival to Station Camp Elementary. Along with her leadership roles she has worked at the Kennedy Center at Vanderbilt to support students with Autism, coached middle school basketball and high school girls’ volleyball.
Dr. Mason received her B.S., M.Ed. and Ed.S. degrees from Tennessee Tech University. She received her Doctorate degree from Union University in May 2019. Dr. Mason was named 2014 Sumner County Teacher of the Year. She is the proud mother of three and is married to her husband, Matt. She is eager to establish relationships and be a part of the Station Camp community.
Mrs. Tonya Devore's Bio:
I have been happily married to my husband, Greg, for 14 years and blessed to have the opportunity to raise a blended family of five children. We have four children that have graduated college, one that is completing her OT doctorate program and a son at that just graduated Gallatin High School. We enjoy spending time on the Tennessee River boating, riding our motorcycle and following our University of Tennessee Volunteer sports teams!
I began my teaching career at Howard Elementary, where I was a second grade teacher. I went to graduate school during that time and received a Masters in administration. I began my administration career at Gallatin High School as an assistant principal. I have had the privilege of being at all grade levels.
When I came to SCE, I was overwhelmed with the love and compassion for children that I found from every single person in the building. The parents at SCE are always willing to help and make our school a great learning environment. I am honored and blessed to come to work everyday at SCE and I am extremely excited about the upcoming year to see what it holds for all of us.
Dr. Karen Jarratt's Bio:
Dr. Karen Jarratt is a life-long educator and has been in Sumner County for most of her career. She has served as a special education preschool and resource teacher, elementary teacher, middle school math coach, Lead Educator, assistant principal in Robertson County and now assistant principal for Station Camp Elementary. Dr. Jarratt holds a B.S. from East Tennessee State University, M. Ed. from Vanderbilt University, and a Doctorate from Union University. She has also completed the Sumner County Leadership Academy through Union University and Instructional Coaching program through Lipscomb University. In addition to these experiences, Dr. Jarratt has also served as a Leadership Coach and Math Coach for the Tennessee Department of Education. She loves spending her free time with her children and grandchildren, swimming, reading, and traveling. She is very excited to be part of the Bison Family!