Pitner Administration

 

Mr. I 

 Rattana Inthirathvongsy, Principal 

 


I am honored to have been named the principal at Pitner. I am excited to begin serving the students, staff, and community of this wonderful school. Cobb County schools have been my second home for the past 15 years, with the last eight as a principal. I bring with me a genuine passion for helping students be the best they can be!

I have four children ranging in ages from 3 to 17, so the I House is a busy place! Parenting is the toughest, most rewarding job one can ever have and I embrace it fully. In order to stay balanced, I engage in physical outlets including tennis and golf and the occasional pickup basketball game. Our family enjoys outdoor activities, especially if it involves the beach or camping!

I desire to make Pitner a place where students and staff love coming every single day. With the combined efforts of parents, teachers, staff and other stakeholders, I have no doubt this year will be one to remember.

Mr. I

 

 

 

 

 Ms. Debbie Blake

 

 

 

Ms. Debbie Blake, Assistant Principal

Ms. Blake is Proud to be a Pitner Patriot!  This is her eighth year at Pitner Elementary and she is honored to work with such a dedicated staff at the most amazing elementary school around! In her 20 years as an educator, Ms. Blake's experiences include being an elementary teacher, working as an Instructional Lead Teacher and serving the Cobb County School District as a Technology Integration Specialist. Ms. Blake received a B.S. in Elementary Education from Wayne State University in Detroit, and M.A and Ed.S. degrees in Early Childhood Education from Georgia State University. Ms. Blake has a young daughter and treasures the times she is able to play tennis and spend time with family and friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Mullet

 

 Mrs. Bridget Mullett, School Leadership Intern

Mrs. Mullett is excited to return to the Pitner staff this year!  As a twenty two year veteran teacher, this is her second year at Pitner in Administration.  Previously she taught at Austell Elementary, at all grade levels, and then moved to the Cobb’s County Office as a district literacy coach. 

Mrs. Mullett is married to a former McEachern math teacher and they have four children. Three are high school graduates and one is currently in high school. Her favorite thing to do is work out in her local gym and beg her children to read more!