It is my pleasure to introduce myself as the new principal of Scales Elementary School. It is an honor to join Murfreesboro City Schools, a school district renowned for excellence, but more importantly for its commitment to children. I have been working in the education field for over 12 years in both the classroom and the administration, but I consider my most important responsibility to be as an advocate for children. I have been working in the education field for over 12 years in both the classroom and the administration, but I consider my most important responsibility to serve all children.
The time spent with your child and getting to know their personalities, learning styles, and interests are one of the most important things to me. No matter how small or large their accomplishments are, I will celebrate them. No matter how small or large their accomplishments are, I will celebrate them.
I am committed to caring for our students every day while providing them with a learning environment that is meaningful for them. This would not be possible without those hard-working, highly qualified, and effective instructional leaders at Scales who put their hearts and souls into their work. This is an honor for me as someone who is passionate about education, and I look forward to partnering with you so that our students will receive rich, relevant, and engaging educational experiences.
Liz Rueby graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and began her teaching tenure in Richmond, Virginia. She received a Masters of Education in educational leadership from Carson Newman University.
Rueby joined the Scales family as a Physical Education teacher in 2012 and became the assistant principal in 2019. Rueby is a proud wife and a mother of two boys that both attend Scales.
“As the assistant principal, I am honored to lead the most amazing SUPERSTAR students, parents, teachers, staff, and community here at Scales Elementary School,” says Rueby.