Ms. Scroggins has been the principal at Frederiksen Elementary for the past seven years. In 2011, she was recognized by Dublin Unified for being an outstanding Administrator. Before working in Dublin Unified she worked in New Haven Unified for twenty-two years. In New Haven she was a Principal at a school that was awarded the California Distinguished School award under her leadership. She was also an Assistant Principal, Reading Specialist, Science Specialist, and classroom teacher in grades K - 8.
Ms. Scroggins holds a California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential with honors, a Reading and Language Arts Specialist Instruction Credential, a single subject Natural Science supplement, as well as her Clear Administrative Services Credential. She is a trained Reading Recovery Teacher. Her Master's Degree in Education was completed in 1994.
She brings to her positions a great deal of experience and training both in the classroom and at the district level. Ms. Scroggins has been employed by the state of California as a K-12 Institute Leader for the California Reading and Literature Project, K-3 "At Risk" Study Group, and K-12 Teacher Leader for a year round institute. Additionally, she has been a paid educational consultant for several districts in the Bay Area. Ms. Scroggins has also taught the Science Teacher Methods class K-8 at California State University East Bay.
Ms. Scroggins has three children and a husband supporting her at home. She is active in her home community and in 4-H. In 4-H, she was recently recognized for volunteering twenty years of community service and was awarded the Gold Clover Award. At home, she is an avid gardener, reader, and rancher. In all aspects of life, she believes that we can make a difference when we work together. She considers herself a "lifelong learner."