Gene Stinson Learning Center

stinsonMr. Gene Stinson (left, with his wife, Fern, during the grand opening at David Crockett Elementary School on Aug. 24, 2017) served as Principal at Robert E. Lee Elementary School for a quarter-century, from 1971 until his retirement in 1996. Stinson was the longest-serving principal at Robert E. Lee, which first opened its doors to students as North Marshall School in 1887. Mr. Stinson helped develop and carry a tradition of excellence at Robert E. Lee, with a consistently strong faculty, strong PTA and thousands of students who thrived under his leadership for 25 years as a devoted leader of the oldest elementary school in Marshall.

The Gene Stinson Learning Center at David Crockett Elementary includes the school library, a collaboration area, offices and workroom for librarians, and the school computer lab/classroom.

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