Mr. Chad Kirk

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Mr. Chad Kirk

Chad Kirk was raised in southwestern Virginia and moved to Brevard County in 1986, where he attended Hoover Junior High and graduated from Melbourne High School.  After graduation he attended Florida State University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science Education in 1996.  Mr. Kirk was a proud member of the Florida State University Marching Chiefs during his years in Tallahassee.  After graduation, Mr. Kirk moved back to Brevard County to begin his teaching career.  He enjoyed teaching history at Hoover Middle School, Bayside High School, and Melbourne High School before entering graduate school for educational leadership.  Mr. Kirk earned his Master of Science degree from Nova Southeastern University in 2003.  During his administrative career, Mr. Kirk served as assistant principal/dean at Central Middle School from 2004-2008 and as Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction at Jefferson Middle School from 2008-2012.  He was appointed Principal at Central Middle School in 2012.  In 2015, Mr. Kirk was privileged to be appointed principal at his alma mater, Melbourne High School.  As the “Head Bulldog,” Mr. Kirk is focused on delivering a high quality education to all students in a culture of dedication, collaboration, learning.  In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, travel, sports, playing the saxophone, and cheering for his Seminoles!

Mr. Jim Meegan

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Mr. Jim Meegan

Mr. Meegan has worked at Melbourne High School since the fall of 2000. He previously taught Biology, Integrated Science, as well as Science Research. In June of 2005, he joined the school administrative staff.  Currently, he works with 12th grade students, handling their discipline, attendance and teacher concerns.  Areas that he oversees include the Science Department, Advanced Placement, Student-Athlete academic issues, Campus Security, MHS Custodial staff, as well as facility issues that may occur on the 43- acre campus.  Previously, he served as the administrator overseeing the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, Summer School, School Improvement Plan, Student Registration, and Homecoming/Prom.

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education & Sport Management from the State University of New York at Cortland.  During his time at Cortland, he ran cross-country & track and was able to study and train under Dr. Jack T. Daniels, a world-renowned exercise physiologist.  Later, he earned his Master of Arts degree in Exercise Physiology & Cardiac Rehabilitation from Adelphi University.  While there, he worked as a graduate assistant supervising the athletic performance lab and cardiac wellness program.  Upon graduation, he worked as the Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation for several different cardiologists.  He also served as the Head Coach of Men’s & Women’s Cross Country/ Track & Field at Stony Brook University.  In seven seasons at Stony Brook, Meegan coached 10 All-Americans in Track & Field, and had two athletes compete in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.  He was also instrumental in designing a new, state-of-the-art strength & conditioning facility on campus.  In addition, he coached several post-collegiate athletes who ran for Asics and Reebok.  Before moving into school administration, he completed coursework for the Modified Core in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida.

Mr. Keith Barton

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Mr. Keith Barton

Mr. Barton was born and raised in Melbourne, Florida.  He attended Meadowlane Elementary, Central Jr. High and graduated from Melbourne High School. During his Jr High and High School years, Mr. Barton was involved in various clubs and activities such as Fellowship of Christian Athletes and participated in Football.  Mr. Barton received his Bachelor of Science degree in Food and Resource Economics from the University of Florida and a Master of Education Leadership from American College of Education.  He is married to Christi and has three children, Savannah, Dylan and Carrie as well as four grandchildren; Jayde, Audrey, Gianna and William.  His first teaching assignment was at Palm Bay Magnet High School where he taught Intensive Language Arts.  He also coached football, track and field and was the huddle leader for Fellowship of Christian Athletes.  Mr. Barton was the Assistant Principal at Cocoa Beach Jr/Sr High School and the North/Central Alternative Learning Center before becoming Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction at his Alma Mater, Melbourne High School.   He is dedicated to educating all students and providing every student those opportunities which will open doors to a successful future. 

Ms. Cindy Kilmer

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Ms. Cindy Kilmer

Mrs. Kilmer has been part of the Brevard Public Schools community since 1997.  She taught 5th and 6th grade at Discovery Elementary, 8th grade social studies at Central Middle School and was the International Baccalaureate Coordinator there before her appointment as an Assistant Principal at Melbourne High School.  Mrs. Kilmer has had the honor of being selected as a Teacher of the Year, Brevard County Social Studies Teacher of the Year and earned both National Board Certification and National Board Certification Renewal designations.  Her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education was obtained from the University of Central Florida and she also has a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education.  Mrs. Kilmer is the proud parent of two Brevard County educated children who continued their Florida education by attending Florida State colleges to earn their own degrees.  She remains as dedicated to promoting student success today as she did on her first day of teaching and is committed to ensuring that all students are served with excellence as the standard.   

Ms. Zaylis Price

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Ms. Zaylis Price

Mrs. Price began her teaching career in Lake County Schools where she taught at the elementary school level for three years.  She then came to Brevard County Schools in 2012, where she continued her passion for teaching at Croton Elementary.  She then served as a Literacy Coach at Jefferson Middle and Cocoa Beach Junior/ Sr. High School for two years. As a Literacy Coach she served as a mentor and coach, working closely with teachers, students, and parents to form relationships ensuring student success. 

In 2017, she was promoted to assistant principal at Melbourne High School.  Mrs. Price is very excited to be a part of the Bulldog family at Melbourne High School.

Mr. Tim Powers

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Mr. Tim Powers

Mr. Powers was born on Long Island, New York and moved to Melbourne, Florida as a child. He attended Johnson Middle School and graduated from Eau Gallie High School. Mr. Powers received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science: K-12 Heath Pedagogy from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and a Masters of Education from the University of West Florida. While at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he was a four-year letter winner for the Mocs football team. Mr. Powers is married to Dominique Powers and has three children, Jaxon, Matthew and Makenna. Prior to coming to Melbourne High School, Mr. Powers spent eleven years teaching and coaching various sports at Eau Gallie High School. He was the head football coach at Eau Gallie for eight years and was recognized as the 2016-2017 Cape Coast Conference Football Coach of The Year. While teaching, Mr. Powers was recognized as the 2015 SHAPE Florida High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and the 2015-2016 SHAPE America Southern District High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Mr. Powers loves education and enjoys positively impacting the youth in our community.