Patty McNally has been teaching at PHPS since 1991. Before moving into her current position as Director in 2015, she taught in third, fifth and sixth grade classrooms and served as Assistant Director. She has a B. A. in Psychology and Education from College of New Rochelle and a M. S. in Special Education from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Nina Mestre has been teaching at PHPS since 1988. She taught second grade until 2009 when she moved into her current position as a teaching assistant, where she works with second graders on reading fluency and assists in a fifth and sixth grade classroom. Nina has a B. S. in Art Education from Texas Tech University.
Beth Perkins has been teaching second grade at PHPS since 2010. She has a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education from Brenau University and a Speech and Hearing Therapy degree from Abilene Christian University.
Karla Perry joined PHPS in 2015 as the music teacher. She has been teaching in the private school sector in Dallas since 1996. She previously was the Director of Music at Wesley Prep for 14 years, and most recently taught first grade at Good Shepherd Episcopal School for the last 5 years. She is excited to return to the elementary music classroom here at Preston Hollow Presbyterian. Karla has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Texas Tech University, and a Master of Liberal Arts Degree from Southern Methodist University. She is also a private piano teacher in her spare time.
Sarah Peterson is a third grade teacher. She has been with PHPS since 2011. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola Marymount University and a Masters in Education from Southern Methodist University. She is also a certified Lindamood-Bell clinician.
Robyn Poole has been working at PHPS since 2005. She serves as the School Secretary and Director of the School Day Care program. Before coming to work at PHPS, she was associated with the school when her children attended here. She attended East Texas State University and the Executive Secretarial School.
Amanda Preston has been with PHPS since 2013. She spent her first year as a teaching assistant, then moved to her current role as a Remedial Specialist for 2nd and 4th grade math and 3rd grade reading. She also works with 4th and 5th graders to further develop fluency and multisyllable decoding skills. Prior to PHPS, Amanda was a 4th grade and Kindergarten teacher. She has a BA in English from Texas A&M University.