• Normandy Leadership Team

    Strong leadership is critical to the success of any organization -- especially school districts. Administrators at the Normandy Schools Collaborative are part of a committed team of educators and support staff focused on the success of all children. 

Mr. Marcus C. Robinson

Phone: 314-493-0402

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Marcus C. Robinson

Superintendent of Schools    

Marcus Robinson comes to Normandy from The Opportunity Trust, where he served as the group’s Executive in Residence. In this role, Robinson worked as the systems-level education administration fellow, responsible for district and school support in urban education innovation. A St. Louis native, Mr. Robinson is a veteran educator who has earned a reputation as a turnaround specialist in urban school districts. His prior experience includes his role as the Chief Executive Officer for the Memphis Education Fund, and Chancellor & CEO for the Tindley Accelerated Schools in Indianapolis, Indiana. His teaching experience includes roles at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, and Jennings Junior High School in St. Louis County.

A native St. Louisan, Robinson earned his bachelor’s degree in English from DePauw University. He has master’s degrees in Educational Administration from Butler University (Indiana) and Columbia University in New York. Robinson is scheduled to complete his doctorate in Educational Leadership, also from Columbia University, in December.

While Robinson is a graduate of Pattonville High School, his first home was in Velda City and he attended McKinley Elementary within the Normandy School District. Robinson has earned several accolades for his work in education. He is the recipient of the Effective Practices Incentive Community (EPIC) Award for his work at Tindley Accelerated Schools. Under Robinson’s leadership, Tindley also received the U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon Schools Award in 2010, and the Title I Distinguished School Award for closing the achievement gap.

     Community involvement is important to Robinson. He is a member of several organizations including the National Association of Charter School Authorizers, National Council on Educating Black Children, the NAACP, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., and the St. Louis Public Schools Consortium Partnership Network.

 

Dr. Phil Pusateri

Phone: 314-493-0400

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Dr. Phil Pusateri

Assistant Superintendent for Operations/Chief Financial Officer

Dr. Pusateri is responsible for the district’s Business Office, Information Technology, Food Service, Maintenance/Facilities, Finance, Transportation, Safety/Security, and Payroll operations. He previously served as the Coordinator of Grants Management for Normandy.

In his previous role as Coordinator of Grants Management, Dr. Pusateri helped secure several substantial funding opportunities including the $20,000 Project Lead the Way/Toyota Foundation grant and the $1.7 million Project RESTORE grant. He was instrumental in streamlining the grants process for staff and administrators and ensuring the funds are properly managed.

Prior to joining Normandy, Dr. Pusateri served as the Head of School Operations for La Salle Middle School, a charter school in St. Louis. At La Salle (and its predecessor De La Salle Middle School), he served in a variety of capacities including school principal and Accreditation Chair/Director of After School Programs.  Dr. Pusateri holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Washington University and master’s degree in teaching from Webster University. He earned his doctorate degree in School Leadership from Saint Louis University.

Mrs. Tina Clark-Scott

Phone: 314-493-0419

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Tina Clark-Scott

Assistant Superintendent, Academics & Support Services

Tina Clark-Scott, a native St. Louisan, is a product of the St. Louis Public Schools. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Harris-Stowe State University and went on to earn her master’s degree in Education Administration from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Clark-Scott is currently pursuing her doctorate in Education at Lindenwood University.

Clark-Scott brings more than 20 years of experience in education to her new role as Assistant Superintendent. She has previous experience as a classroom teacher, staff member, and administrator at Illinois State University and in the Hazelwood, Parkway, Ritenour, St. Louis Public Schools, and University City school districts. Mrs. Clark-Scott currently most recently served as principal of Jefferson Elementary School in Normandy. Before joining Normandy in 2012, she was an assistant principal in the Hazelwood School District.

Phone:

Email:

Degrees and Certifications: