Thomasville Heights Elementary
Dr. Nicole Evans Jones
Nicole Evans Jones, EdD is a veteran public
school educator in her seventh year as a principal. Since July 1, 2016,
Dr. Jones provides vision and leadership for the instructional program at
Thomasville Heights Elementary. In doing so, Dr. Jones organizes the
implementation and monitoring of a system of teaching and learning that focuses
on the following five areas: School climate; knowledge of content; student
engagement; instructional rigor and relevance; and assessment strategies and
usage. Over Dr. Jones’s twenty-four year career as an educator, she has served
as an assistant principal, instructional liaison, and a counselor in both urban
and suburban school settings.
Dr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Political Science from Howard University; a Master of Arts degree in Counseling
and Human Growth and Development from Clark Atlanta University; and a Doctorate
of Education in Educational Leadership from Clark Atlanta University.
Additionally, Dr. Jones is a graduate of the 2010 Summer Leadership Institute
at Harvard University, where she also participate on a principal panel and
presented to educators from around the world.
Dr. Jones is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, a
product of Atlanta Public Schools (pre-k through 12th grades)
and the proud mother of three children currently enrolled in middle school and
college. Dr. Jones believes in the power of positive speak, high
expectations, autonomy, and love when working with kids and adults.