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Posted 11/17/22

Tyvanna Boulanger has been selected as the 2022-2023 Escambia County School District’s Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year.

The Outstanding Assistant Principal Achievement Award was established in 1997 to recognize exemplary Assistant Principals for their contributions to their schools and communities.  The program honors Assistant Principals that have utilized teamwork and leadership skills to increase student performance, promote safe learning environments and establish partnerships with parents and community members.


Tyvanna Boulanger began her educational career in Escambia County in 2006 after receiving her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of West Florida. As a product of Escambia county schools, Mrs. Boulanger knew she wanted to give back to the community that served her so well and she began teaching at Bellview Middle School. She served Bellview Middle as an ELA teacher, an ESE teacher, and an instructional coach. And, she served on numerous committees over the years. Mrs. Boulanger was voted Bellview middle’s teacher of the year twice, once in 2013-2014 when she taught reading and in 2017-2018 when she was an instructional coach. The six years she was an instructional coach provided a solid foundation for quality leadership skills, instructional and curriculum alignment, and decision making.


During her time as an instructional coach, she earned her master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of West Florida and in 2019, she was honored to accept the position of Assistant Principal at Ernest Ward Middle School. 


During Mrs. Boulanger’s career she has focused on literacy and building relationships with students, faculty and staff, and families. She believes that teaching the holistic student is essential to the success of all students. Each student arrives at school with their own unique set of skills and abilities. It is the job of every educator to learn about the lives of the students so that he or she can scaffold and adjust their instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners. She is passionate about her view of students deserving educators who not only meet their needs academically, but meets their social and emotional needs as well, and most of all, provides a safe and loving learning environment. 


Tyvanna enjoys spending time with her husband, Sean, and her dog, Copper. She also enjoys spending quality time with her daughter, Sidney, when time allows as Sidney serves in the U.S. Navy and is currently stationed in California.  Mrs. Boulanger is an avid reader, enjoys camping (in a camper), and spending time with family and friends.


The Escambia County School District is extremely proud of the accomplishments of Tyvanna Boulanger, and we are honored to recognize her as the Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year. Congratulations to Mrs. Boulanger!