Priscilla Cormier from
Seventh Ward Elementary was named the 2012 Vermilion
Parish Elementary Principal of the Year. Cormier is a
1968 E. Broussard graduate. She graduated from McNeese
State University in 1979 and earned her Masterís Degree
in 1981. She earned her National Certification title in
2004. She taught at Johnson Bayou High School, W.W.
Lewis Middle School, Iberia Middle School and Forked
Island/E. Broussard Elementary before becoming Principal
at Seventh Ward.
Howard Guillory from
Indian Bayou Elementary/ Middle School was named the
2012 Vermilion Parish Middle School Principal of the
Year. Guillory is a 1973 Abbeville High graduate, who
graduated from USL in December of 1976 with a B.A. in
Elementary Education (grades 1-8). His educational
career began at Abbeville Jr. High in January 1977. He
then worked at JHW until 1988 where he taught 7th
and 8th grade ELA subjects and Social
Studies. He earned his Masterís Degree in Educational
Administration and his plus 30. He taught at Rene Rost
from 1988 until 1991. He served as the Assistant
Principal at Kaplan Elementary from 1991 until 1996. At
that time, he became Principal and remained there until
2007. In June 2007, he became the Principal at Indian
Bayou and has been there since then. Guillory will
retire in June of 2012.
LeBeouf was named the Vermilion Parish and Regional High
School Principal of the Year.
She is a 1984 graduate of
Kaplan High School and graduated from USL 1987 in Public
Relations. In 1989 she earned a secondary degree in
English/speech education, and in 1994 completed a
Masters program from McNeese in Educational
Administration. LeBeouf earned her plus 30 as well from
various colleges. She worked as Assistant Principal at
Erath Middle from 2003 until 2005 and then at North
Vermilion from 2005 until 2007. In 2007, she began her
tenure as Principal at Kaplan High School.