Murfreesboro City Schools Director Dr. Trey Duke is proud to announce the appointment of Natalie Hardiman as Principal of Reeves-Rogers Elementary beginning in the 2021-22 school year.
Hardiman currently serves as the Assistant Principal of the school. Hardiman has an extensive background in Murfreesboro City Schools where she began as a teacher at Cason Lane Academy in 2003. She has served in the Assistant Principal role at John Pittard, Scales and Discovery. Hardiman has wide-ranging experience working with children, parents and teachers including serving as past president and membership chair for Murfreesboro Education Association (MEA).
“Ms. Hardiman is an enthusiastic leader with a wealth of experience across the district,” says Dr. Trey Duke. “She is entrenched in the Murfreesboro community and understands the needs of our students at Reeves-Rogers.”
Hardiman received her Education Specialist Degree from MTSU with an emphasis in Administration and Supervision. She received her Masters in Education in Integrating Technology in the Classroom from Walden University.
“I am extremely excited to become the principal at Reeves-Rogers,” says Hardiman. “I have gained so much knowledge from the principals that I have had the privilege of serving with in the past. I look forward to taking my experiences and bringing the best to Reeves-Rogers.”
Additionally, Hardiman was named as Cason Lane Teacher of the Year in 2012 and as MEA Teacher of the Year in 2008 and 2010. Hardiman began her career with MCS at Northfield Elementary.
Reeves-Rogers was recently selected by The Tennessee Department of Education and the Tennessee Behavior Supports Project (TBSP) as a Model of Demonstration School – Gold Level for Response to Instruction and Intervention for Behavior (RTI2-B). The school enrolls approximately 400 students and is located on Greenland Drive.