From the Principal
DR. NATASHA HUNTER-MCGREGOR
Dr. Natasha Hunter-McGregor is a mother, daughter, mentor, friend, colleague, and champion for young people! She adores her three children and strives to live her life with purpose, which is credited to the support of her loving parents.
Dr. Hunter-McGregor is a veteran principal and servant leader with 32 years' experience in the field of education. She currently serves as the proud principal of Graham School, which she has proudly done for the past 14 years.
Dr. Hunter-McGregor holds a liberal arts degree, undergraduate degree from Howard University, a master’s in special education and administration and supervision, and a doctorate in Executive Leadership from St. John Fisher College. She is a former educator, curriculum writer, academic intervention teacher and staff developer, which are a few of her many roles in the field of education.
Dr. Hunter-McGregor loves the arts, sports, travel and spending time with family and friends. She is a member of Greater Centennial AME Zion African American Episcopal Church located in Mt. Vernon, NY.
As the proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Dr. Hunter-McGregor understands the importance of service to all humanity. She understands the importance of working in partnership with parents and all key stakeholders to ensure students are highly educated, competitive and well-prepared to meet the challenges in their community, nation and global society.
Her motto is: We are defined by our Character. Therefore, it is imperative that we are Responsible, Respectful and Ready to Learn!
Live your Life with Purpose and Character
Be Responsible, Respectful and Ready to Learn
Dr. Natasha Hunter-McGregor
Welcome back to our new and returning Graham Families for the 2022-2023 academic school year (SY)! I hope that you are enjoying this most precious time with family, friends, and most importantly your children. The Graham community are excited to extend warm greetings! We look forward to your presence, enthusiasm, and big smile on the first day of school Wednesday, September 7, 2022. Half Day for Pre-K and Kindergarten. Full Day for Grades 1-8.