Shelby County Schools


Dr. Bradley Breeden, Principal





Mrs. Kenia Coleman, Assistant Principal












Meet the Principal

Dr. Bradley Breeden

      Dr. Breeden is a native of New Market, Tennessee. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in History, as well as his Master's Degree, from East Tennessee State University. He earned both his Educational Specialist Degree and Doctorate from Union University. Dr. Breeden believes that all students should be afforded the opportunity to achieve at a high level. He is highly motivated and challenges all stakeholders to invest in our next generation. Dr. Breeden is grateful to have the opportunity to serve the children of White Station Elementary as we strive to meet our Destination 2025 goal.






Meet the Assistant Principal

Mrs. Kenia Coleman

My name is Kenia Coleman, the Assistant Principal of White Station Elementary. I am a native Memphian and a product of Memphis City Schools (now Shelby County Schools). I received my Bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin and a Master's degree from the University of Mississippi; both in Education.  Union University is where I earned my Education Specialist (Ed.S) degree in Administration and Supervision.  My husband Corey and I have 2 children (Chase & Kadence).  Children are gifts to us all, to be nurtured and loved.  It is truly an honor to be a part of the White Station Elementary Family.  I am committed to working with our school community in providing our students tools for life with love and compassion.






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