Meet Our Canoe Creek K-8 Administration
David Noyes, Prinicpal
Welcome to Canoe Creek K-8, Osceola County School District’s premier environmental STEM school. My name is David Noyes and I am extremely honored to be serving this community. As your new principal, I look forward to family partnerships and community collaborations that will ensure academic excellence for all Canoe Creek students. Through a hands-on, minds-on approach to learning, students at CCK8 will develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills necessary for the 21st century.
Over the course of the next year you will notice exciting changes to our campus. We will be breaking ground on new buildings that will provide our students access to the most modern tools, labs, and fine arts & athletics facilities. The addition of these new amenities will offer our students a campus that is ripe with opportunities for exploration and inquiry. The E-STEM focus at CCK8 will prepare students for the future and give them the tools to help build sustainable, informed communities that are environmentally sound. Canoe Creek K-8 is destined for greatness!
Amy Miller, Assistant Principal
My name is Amy Miller and it is a great honor to serve as Assistant Principal of Canoe Creek K-8. All of the experiences that I have been afforded throughout my tenure with the Osceola County School District have prepared me for this moment. I am excited to be a part of an amazing team of teachers, students, and families. I look forward to working with Mr. Noyes, as well as the rest of our staff, in our efforts to advance the achievement of all students on our campus. Working together, I am confident that we will provide our students with a truly rigorous and enriched school experience.
Through the exploration of real-world problems, students will engage in meaningful learning that will prepare them to thrive as 21st century learners. The Canoe Creek K-8 faculty and staff hold the highest standards for all students, while providing a safe and nurturing environment that promotes student growth.
As we prepare for this exciting school year, we must keep in mind that this is a new beginning, a moment in time in which we are destined for greatness. Holding high expectations for ourselves and every member of the Canoe Creek family will have a powerful impact on student learning and will result in students who rise to their full potential.