Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Darla Mullins
Darla Mullins joined Dillingham Intermediate School in 2018, following three years of service within Sherman ISD as an Instructional Coach. Before joining Sherman ISD, Mrs. Mullins served as an elementary school assistant principal for 10 years in Little Elm ISD. She also taught first grade in Frisco ISD, as well as Spanish to Kindergarten—5th graders in Coppell ISD.
Mrs. Mullins grew up primarily in Central and South America, graduating from Lincoln School in San José, Costa Rica. She received her undergraduate degree from Abilene Christian University in elementary education with a minor in Spanish. Mrs. Mullins earned her master’s degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University Commerce in 2001. She holds certificates in ESL and Bilingual education in addition to her principal certificate.
Mrs. Mullins believes all students can learn, and that personal progress can be achieved with positive feedback, appropriate support, and engaged learning. She views partnerships with teachers, students, families and community partners as essentials to enriching the learning environment at Dillingham Intermediate.
During her free time, Mrs. Mullins enjoys reading, playing board games, and spending time with her family. Both she and her husband are Sherman ISD employees, and their four sons are Sherman ISD students—the Mullins family is proudly #BuildingBearcats!