Principal Julia Cain

      Ms. Cain
Principal Cain's Video

It is with great excitement that I welcome you back to school.  As the Principal of Clio Elementary School, I am honored to have the opportunity to lead a school with such persevering students, an extremely dedicated staff, and a supportive school community. I feel very fortunate to be part of this school and to support the students and families.

I have been dedicated to the field of education for more than forty years. I have worked with students ranging in age from third through 8th grade in a variety of roles. I have been a Gifted and Talented teacher and regular education teacher, a Title I school district facilitator as well as director, and a middle and high school assistant principal. Most recently, I have served as the Principal of Clio elementary for the past six years. I am thrilled to work with you as a partner in education to ensure your child's success.

On a personal note, I have lived and worked in Marlboro County my entire life. I have six siblings who also worked as educators in the Marlboro County School System. We love Marlboro County and all this community has to offer. I am proud to be part of the Marlboro County School District, one that values high standards by providing rich learning experiences for all students.

I view education as a life-long process and expect that I will continue to learn much about the uniqueness of the virtual world we are experiencing this year. Most importantly, I bring a belief that students are at the center of all school-related decisions. I am excited to unite my experience, my openness to learn, and my child-centered approach to support our students. Because the relationship between families and the school is vital to the success of our students, I encourage you to become involved in every way possible. I look forward to seeing you on-line and/or in person soon!

"Learning is a joyous and never ending process that leads to successful living and has a positive impact on our families and communities. I must set the example as a lifelong longer if I expect students, parents, and teachers to be continuous learners."
(Author Unknown)