Scott Davey, 3rd year at Zephyrhills High School. Educated at Kutztown University (PA) with a B.A. in Secondary Education -Social Studies (1994) and University of South Florida- Educational Leadership (2002). Spent 12 years in Hillsborough County Schools as a teacher and an administrator. Married, 2 children (Shane, Connor). From the Philadelphia area, still an avid supporter of the Eagles and Phillies. Has coached youth league soccer, baseball, and football in the Land O' Lakes community since 1996. A member of Harvester United Methodist Church.
Dr. John Taylor earned a B.A. degree in Religion from Cumberland College (now University of the Cumberlands) and a M.A. in Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In 1996, he received a M.A. in Special Education from the University of South Florida and also an M.A. in Educational Leadership in 2000. In 2007, Dr. Taylor completed his graduate studies from the University of South Florida with a Doctorate (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
He began teaching in Pasco County in 1996 as an Exceptional Student Education teacher at Pasco Middle School and later at Chester Taylor Elementary. In 2002, he began his administrative career as the Assistant Principal of Adult Education for Pasco High School, Zephyrhills High School and Moore Mickens Education Center. Since 2003, he has served as an Assistant Principal at Zephyrhills High School.
Dr. Taylor belongs to a local bass club and loves to go bass fishing whenever he can.
Andressa Williams was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She moved into the Zephyrhills community in June of 2006. She earned her Bachelor of Arts Special Education (K-12) in May of 1997 and Masters Degree in Educational Leadership in May of 2004, both from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. She began her educational career in August of 1997 as a secondary exceptional student education (ESE) teacher and eventually an ESE Specialist with the Broward County School System in South Florida. Upon employment with the School Board of Pasco County in August of 2006, she became an ESE Staffing & Compliance Teacher serving the students, staff, and parents of Zephyrhills High, Raymond B. Stewart Middle, and James Irvin Education Cetner. In August 2008, she became an ESE teacher and ESE Student Achievement Coach for Raymond B. Stewart Middle School. In April of 2010, she began her administrative career at Dr. John Long Middle School in Wesley Chapel.
Ms. Williams is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Zephyrhills. She is also the liaison for events between ZHS and the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Zephyrhills.
Outside of school activities and events, Ms. Williams enjoys spending quality time with her family and her son, Dylan, who has Angelman Syndrome and is in a special needs class at Watergrass Elementary. She also enjoys spending time with her friends at the beach and at sporting events- football being her favorite
Athena Binikos-Brom graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Education in 1989 and then earned a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership in 2007. She holds certifications in English 6-12, Varying Exceptionalities K-12, Educational Leadership and is Reading Endorsed.
She comes to Zephyrhills High School from Eckerd where she was the Education Compliance Specialist overseeing the Florida schools. Prior to her employment at Eckerd, she held various positions here in Pasco County. Athena was the Literacy Specialist at Hudson High School for 3 years as well as Literacy Coach at Gulf High School. She has also been employed in Pasco as a Reading Coach, and a Varying Exceptionalities Teacher. Before moving to Pasco County in 2001, Athena was employed by Pinellas County Schools as a Varying Exceptionalities Specialist and classroom teacher.
Athena has been living in Ikaria, Greece reconnecting with her roots for the last 6 months. She is eager to live in Zephyrhills, join the community and the Bulldog family.