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Ms. Carnall, Principal

Ms. Carnall has been an educator in St. Johns County for 20 years.  She has taught 6th grade science at Sebastian Middle school, and  Biology, Physical Science and Earth-Space Science at Nease High School.  In 2013-2014 she transferred to Creekside High School and served in the capacity as a Testing Coordinator, Registrar and for 6 years as an Assistant Principal.  In 2019-2020 she was named the Assistant Principal of the Year for St. Johns County School District.  Ms. Carnall holds a Bachelor’s degree from Baldwin-Wallace University in Biology and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of West Florida.  Ms. Carnall is passionate about education and is excited to serve the SPMS community.

Mr. Brown, Assistant Principal

Mr. Brown has been serving the needs of the students in St. Johns County for more than 12 years.  He started as a Biology and Chemistry teacher for Bartram Trail High School and Pedro Menendez High School.  After teaching for 10 years, he transferred to St. Augustine High School as a testing coordinator and then Registrar.

Mr. Brown has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in Biology and completed his Master’s degree from Purdue University.  His passion is to ensure that every child has the chance to grow and learn every day!  He is excited to support the vision of Switzerland Point Middle School to empower students with a passion for learning as they prepare for high school! Go Raiders!

Ms. Wiggins, Assistant Principal

Mrs. Wiggins has been in education for the last 14 years. During this time, she has taught Math at both the Middle and High School levels, served as an Instructional Math Coach and an Assistant Principal. Mrs. Wiggins earned a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from American College of Education and a B.A. in Middle School Mathematics and Science Education from the University of North Florida. 

Mrs. Wiggins is excited to share her love of education with the Raider community and support learning for all.