Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Tikki Hines



Professional Summary

A positive and enthusiastic instructional leader with a focus on data-driven success for all students.

Core Qualifications

  • Data-Driven Instructional Model
  • Teaching Staff Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
  • Performance Evaluation
  • School Reform
  • Parent Involvement
  • Experience in Operating Remote Learning Environment


Birmingham City Schools:

Administrative Experience

Barrett Elementary School Principal/ January 2018- present

Instructional Superintendents: Mr. Bernard Chandler, Mrs.Constance Burnes, Dr. Evelyn Nettles-Hines

7601 Division Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35206, 205-231-4600

  • Longitudinal growth demonstrated 47, 69 and 74 on Alabama State Report Card
  • Maintained partnerships with East Lake Innovative and Christ Church
  • Monitored data-driven instructional model
  • Improved school library program and developed relationship with Birmingham Public Library in Eastlake community
  • Improved student attendance over a three year period
  • Implemented of MyON Reading Program
  • Improvement in Mathematics Program with longitudinal growth
  • K-3 LETRS Training for K-3 Teachers to improve Reading Instruction
  • Evaluated and provided feedback on Marzano Evaluation Platform


Carver High School Assistant Principal/ August 2014-December 2017

Principal: Dr. Charles Willis

3900 24th Street North, Birmingham, AL 35207, 205-231-4600

  • Coordinated all state accountability test for grades 9-12
  • Collaborated with the instructional staff to align standards
  • Reviewed lesson plans
  • Implemented Title I funded Student Services Programs
  • Facilitated professional development
  • Coordinator of Transitional Program for Ninth Graders
  • Organized and planned activities and graduation for Seniors
  • Collaborated with Counselors to plan and implement pathways to graduation


Bush Hills K-8 School Curriculum Specialist/ August 2013-July 2014

Principal, Mrs. Judith Ross

901 16th Street West, Birmingham, AL 35208, 205-231-4600

  • Facilitated PST
  • Conducted Classroom Observations and feedback
  • Facilitated professional development
  • Reviewed lesson plans
  • Planned tutoring program during and after school
  • Led School Improvement process for SACS
  • Coordinated all state accountability testing for 3rd-8 th grade


Bush Hills K-8 School Assistant Principal, November 2012- October 2013

Principal, Mrs. Betty Griggs

901 16th Street West, Birmingham, AL 35208, 205-231-4600

  • 6th-8th grade Assistant Principal with a focus on Student Discipline
  • Professional Development in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
  • Behavioral Intervention Program


Teaching Experience:

Princeton Elementary School Fifth Grade Lead Teacher/ August 2000-  October 2013

Principal, Mrs. Cynthia Ward

1425 2nd Avenue West, Birmingham, AL 35208, 205-231-4600

  • Coordinated several out of state field trips and developed the curriculum and instruction for all of the educational experiences
  • Mentored new teachers, Assisted with the creation of pacing guides for the Mathematics and Science Department
  • Collaborated with Birmingham City Schools in Mathematics and Science on developing Pacing Guides and Teacher Professional Development
  • Led School Improvement process for SACS
  • Coordinated KABOOM- construction of Princeton Elementary playground
  • Created a Writing Program which improved Writing scores on Alabama Writing Assessments ( over 90% of the students achieved a 3 or 4)


Shelby County Schools:

Calera Elementary School Fifth Grade Teacher/ August 1996- July 2000

Principals: Mr. Eddie Spears and  Mrs. Melissa Nannini

855 10th Street, Calera, AL 35040, 205-682-7000

  • Coordinated a technology program with Montevallo University
  • Planned, implemented and assessed standard aligned lessons


Selma City Schools:

Cedar Park Elementary School Fourth Grade Teacher/ August 1995- July 1996

Principal, Mr. John Britton

1101 Woodrow Avenue, Selma, AL 36701, 334-874-1600



Masters in Educational Administration/ May 2005

Alabama. State University, Montgomery, AL

GPA: 3.7/ 4.0


Bachelor of Science in Education and Early Childhood/ May 1995

The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

GPA: 3.0/4.0


Professional and Personal Affiliations:

Shelton State Ambassador, 1991-92

African American Association Spokesperson, 1991-92

University of Alabama Task Force on Diversity in Greek Organizations, 1995

Princeton Alternative Elementary School Teacher of the Year, 2001

CLAS Membership

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Birmingham Alumni Chapter