Ryan Clark is a Vincennes native. He graduated from Lincoln High School in 1993. He continued his education a Indiana State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1999. He then went on to earn a Master of Education degree in 2002 from Olivet Nazarene University. Ryan earned his license in school administration from Oakland City University in 2006. Finally he went back to Indiana State University and earned a degree as an Educational Specialist in 2011.
Clark taught at Franklin Elementary School as a fifth grade teacher from 1999-2008. He then accepted a job as a building principal in the Southwest School Corporation before entering his current position as principal at Clark Middle School.
Mr. Clark is married to Breanne who is also a graduate of Lincoln High School, and the couple has 2 children. Jude (5) and Juleanne (3) keep their parents pretty busy. In his spare time Ryan does not mind what he is doing as long as it is with his family.
Brandon Pfoff- Dean of Students
Mr. Pfoff graduated from Washington High School in 1990. He continued his education at Indiana State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1994. He obtained a Master of Education degree in 2001 from Olivet Nazarene University. In 2004 Mr. Pfoff was granted a Teacher Mentor certification from Oakland City University.
Pfoff taught at Benjamin Franklin Elementary from 1994-2013. In the spring of 2013 Mr. Pfoff was named Dean of Students at Clark Middle School.
Pfoff has served as the Varsity Boys Baseball Coach since 2000. His team won the 2002 Indiana Baseball State Championship.
Mr. Pfoff is married to Amy. They reside in Vincennes and have two children-Coleton and Jessica.
Mr. Pfoff enjoys athletics, spending time outdoors, traveling with his family, and watching his children participate in their events.
Dr. Nancy Harrison, Assistant Principal
Dr. Harrison is proud to become a member of the Clark Middle School team. She spent her elementary, junior high, and high school years as a Heritage Hills Patriot. Then in 1991 she became an Indiana State University Sycamore where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Spanish teaching and a minor in English teaching. In the fall of 1995, Dr. Harrison accepted her first teaching job and became a Mt. Vernon (Illinois) Ram. After two years of teaching middle school and high school students in Illinois, Dr. Harrison moved home to teach Spanish and English at Heritage Hills High School. In 1998, she completed a Master of Science degree in School Administration at Eastern Illinois University, and in 2005 she graduated from Indiana University with a Doctor of Education degree with a major in Educational Leadership and a minor in Curriculum and Instruction. In the fall of 2006, Dr. Harrison moved to Montgomery, Indiana, to become a Barr-Reeve Viking and to teach Spanish. After teaching Spanish to high school students for five years at Barr-Reeve, she switched to teaching English to middle school students.
Dr. Harrison and her husband, Jerry, have four children: Grant, Jenna, Claire, and Madelynn. Dr. Harrison loves spending time with her family, reading, and being outdoors.