A Message from the Assistant Principal

  • Welcome to Queensbury Middle School! I am honored to be joining the staff in the role of assistant principal. I am excited that this wonderful opportunity brought me home to upstate New York. I look forward to meeting all of the QMS students and families and am enthusiastic that it is going to be a great year of learning and growth.

    Queensbury Middle School is a community of people who want the best for all students. We want this to be an experience students will grow from and look back on fondly. Our goal is to empower all students to achieve success in an environment that is academically rigorous, yet safe, healthy and supportive.

    Open communication is important. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions, comments, or concerns. Don’t forget to follow me on twitter @msmontgomeryqms and sign up for Remind 101 to stay up to date!

    “Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so… get on your way!” - Dr. Seuss

    Sincerely, 
    Ms. Montgomery, M.Ed.
Tiffany Montgomery

Meet the QMS Assistant Principal

  • Assistant Principal Tiffany Montgomery helps oversee the educational programs and support services provided to more than 750 students at Queensbury Middle School.

    As assistant principal, some of Montgomery's responsibilities include student management for grades 6-8; serving as the school Dignity for All Students Act coordinator; overseeing the after-school assistance program; helping create the master schedule; assisting with teacher evaluations, the implementation of local and state assessments; curriculum development, revision and evaluation; and preparing various state-mandated reports. Montgomery also coordinates and oversees the Queensbury Summer Academy for grades 6-8.

    Montgomery joined the QMS leadership team in 2019 after serving six years as a third grade teacher and English Language Arts lead in the Carroll Independent School District in Southlake, Texas. She was also a principal intern. Her roots are in the Capital Region where she started her career as a second grade teacher at St. Jude the Apostle School in Wynantskill. 

    Montgomery earned her master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of North Texas; a master’s degree in childhood education/literacy from the Sage Graduate School in Troy, NY and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Siena College in Loudonville. She is also state-certified as a school building leader and holds certificates in literacy and childhood education.