O’Neil Robinson named Associate Principal of Donaldsonville High School

Ascension Parish Schools is pleased to announce that O’Neil Robinson has been appointed as the new Associate Principal at Donaldsonville High School.

“It is always exciting to introduce outstanding appointments for our school system,” said Superintendent David Alexander. “Thank you for having the courage to take on new responsibilities and continue making this an excellent place for children to go to school.”

A graduate of Donaldsonville High School, Robinson attended Southern University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science, a master’s degree in Supervision and Administration and Mathematics, and a Ph.D. in Science and Mathematics with a concentration in Mathematics.

Robinson’s desire to teach brought him to Lowery Middle School in 1995 as a non-certified eighth-grade math teacher. While teaching, he earned an alternative certification in Secondary Mathematics in 1998. He transferred to Donaldsonville High School in 2002 teaching Geometry, Algebra I, and Physics until he became Lowery Middle’s assistant principal in 2006. He then returned to Donaldsonville High six years later as a mentor teacher and a master teacher, until being appointed to his most recent position as Assistant Principal in 2017.

“Thank you to the Lord for allowing me to be an educator since 1995. It has been an amazing journey, and I cannot wait for what He has in store for me as an associate principal,” said Robinson. “I love Ascension. Donaldsonville High is my passion, and I love the students here. My heart bleeds red and black.”

He and his wife, Calandra Robinson, Ph.D., are very active in the community.

 

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