Scott Gates comes to Ross from the Finnytown School District where he served as the Director of Student Services. Scott served as an elementary school principal for fourteen years in the Forest Hills School District and the Little Miami School District. He also served as the Deputy Superintendent of the Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
Scott received his undergraduate degree at BGSU, his Master's degree at the University of Dayton and his superintendent licensure at Xavier University. Scott has also served as an adjunct professor at University of Cincinnati, Xavier, University of Dayton and Ashland University.
Becky Tompkins has worked in the Lakota Local Schools as a curriculum consultant, a literacy coordinator, an instructional coach, and an English Language Arts teacher. She received an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Supervision at Miami University, where she also received her administrative license and undergraduate degree.
Bradley Webb graduated from the College of Mount St. Joseph with a degree in Marketing and then attended Wright State to earn his teaching license. He received his Masters Degree in School Administration from Xavier University.
Bradley has worked as the 504 Manager, Alternative Education Manager, and Dean of Students at Finneytown Local Schools. Prior to that he was an intervention specialist at Elmwood Place Elementary School and worked in that district for 8 years.
Director of Technology
Andy Klaber earned his bachelor's degree from Miami University. He began supporting technology in education in 1997 at Lakota Local Schools, where he worked for 3 years. He has served, for the past 17 years, as the Director of Technology for the Ross Local School District.
Brian Martin earned his bachelor’s degree from Miami University and his master’s degree from Xavier University.
He began his career in education in the Madison Local School District and then continued with the Oak Hills Local School District where he served as a social studies teacher and counselor.
Mr. Martin next served as the assistant principal of Indian Hill Middle School for four years, before becoming assistant principal, then principal, of Little Miami High School. He became the principal at Ross High School in 2011.
He resides in Hamilton with his wife, Jill and his two daughters.
Emily Doblinger graduated with a BA in education and history from the University of Toledo and her MEd in Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati. Prior to coming to Ross, Emily taught Social Studies in Hamilton City Schools for five years and Wyoming City Schools for three years. Last year, Emily was the Dean of Students at Wyoming Middle School in Wyoming City School District.
Chris Saylor began his career in 1994 as a mathematics teacher for the Hamilton School District. He has served as a building administrator at Ross Middle School since 2000 and has held his current role as Ross Middle School principal since the 2004-2005 school year. His undergraduate work was completed at the College of Mt. St. Joseph, and his graduate degree is from Miami University.
Tony Albrinck joined the Ross Middle School staff in 2013 as the assistant principal after serving eleven years as a Language Arts teacher at Harrison Junior High School. He completed his undergraduate work in English Education at Indiana State University in 2001 and graduate work in Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati in 2006. He currently resides in Ross with his wife Becky and three children.
Jesse has several years of classroom teaching experiences including time teaching in the Ross Local School District. He taught at both Morgan Elementary and Ross Middle School. He also has experience as an assistant principal at Fairfield Middle School and as a building principal for Sharonville Elementary with Princeton City Schools. Jesse earned a B.A. and a M.Ed. from The Ohio State University.
Principal, Morgan Elementary School
Tom Perry graduated from Miami University with a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1988 and a Masters in Education in 1991. He has eight years of teaching experience in grades four, five, and six. He was also the Assistant Principal at Ross Middle School for five years, and has held his current role as principal at Morgan Elementary since 2001.