Principal's Corner

Principal Jammer
Mrs. Dina Jammer
Principal, The Meadows Elementary

Principal Dina Jammer brings more than 18 years of public-school educational experience to her role in DeSoto ISD. Beginning her public-school educational career at Wilmer Elementary, she later served in several capacities in Lancaster ISD starting as a teacher before serving the district’s STEM department as an instructional coach and then transitioning to serve as an assistant principal at Rosa Parks/Millbrook Academy. Jammer served as a PreK-5th school principal in Grand Prairie ISD. She led the campus from an improvement needed rating to a letter B rating before joining Desoto ISD as the principal of Cockrell Hill Elementary during the 21-22 school year.
As an educational leader, she is committed to working with all stakeholders to advance student learning outcomes. Jammer believes that all stakeholders in a learning community play a vital role in both elevating students' academic achievement and shaping future innovative educational programs.
She received several accolades in her career as an educator. During the 2019-2020 school year, her campus received the “Leading by Example” and “Best Student and Staff Attendance” District Awards in GPISD. She received the 2018-2019 Principal of the Year award from the Southwest Alliance of Black School Educators and Teacher of the Year Awards in 2005 and 2009.
Jammer has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston and a Master of Education degree from Lamar University.