Meet Principal Robertson


Marquita Robertson, Principal

Marquita Robertson is third year principal of Webster Elementary School. She is a native of Tchula, Mississippi. She has a wealth of experience as an educator and working with families. Mrs. Robertson began her professional career as a Mental Health Case Manager at Life Help Mental Help Agency. She worked closely with families to support student's social and emotional health with behavioral deficits resources within the community. Mrs. Robertson began her educational career as a Special Education Teacher with the Holmes County School District in 2008. She worked passionately for her students, families, and colleagues to ensure that all students received the necessary services and support to provide equitable access to quality instruction.  Mrs. Robertson has served in multiple leadership roles, ranging from Special Education Chairperson, DWIA Coordinator, Child Find Coordinator and Special Education Director.
Mrs. Robertson attended Holmes Community College, where she received her associate degree, Mississippi Valley State University, where she received both a bachelor's and a master's degree. She also completed the Teach Mississippi Institute Program at the University of Mississippi. In 2016, Mrs. Robertson completed her Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Mississippi. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Leadership.
Mrs. Robertson’s love for learning and life experiences fuels her passion to improve the educational outcomes of students within the Mississippi Delta.  Her motto is: “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” ― William Butler Yeats