Prior to serving as an assistant principal at Russellville High School, Rebecca McMullen was privileged to be able to be a Special Educator right here in Cyclone Nation for 5 years. At different points during those years, Rebecca has also served in supplemental roles as RHS’s ASPIRE Testing Coordinator, a Mentor Teacher, Interim Special Education Designee, and the School Improvement Co-Chair.
Rebecca began working in education in 2008 and has worked at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Her educational experience prior to joining Russellville Schools has been diverse including the following roles: Reading Instructional Assistant, Parent Involvement Facilitator, Mental Health Team member, Math Intervention Teacher, Curriculum Coordinating Council Member, Activities Director, and Special Educator.
Rebecca received her Bachelors in Human Ecology with a Spanish Minor from Kansas State University, her Masters in Adaptive Special Education Teaching from Pittsburg State University, and a post-master's certificate in School Based Leadership from the University of Central Arkansas.
Rebecca’s experiences have taught her that everyone can learn at high levels. Because of this, Rebecca is committed to high expectations for students, faculty, and most importantly, herself. Rebecca’s life work is to facilitate learning and finding joy therein. Rebecca is most proud of her titles of Learner, Wife, and Mother. Rebecca is married to Chris McMullen. They have three children: Anabelle Clark, Christian McMullen, and Elijah Clark.