Dayton Leadership Academies

A School Culture of Joy and Achievement

3-5 Team

3-5
Tina Bailey
Tina Bailey
5th grade Science & Social Studies Teacher

Ms. Bailey is from Dayton Ohio; She attended Central State University for undergraduate school and Northcentral University for graduate school. She has dedicated her life to becoming an educator that will help children find enjoyment in learning. She has been working in the educational field for the past 15 years and She loves it! She is the mother of twins and feels her heart with joy every day. Family means everything to her and her passion for educating young minds is how she knew DLA was the right choice!  



Kimberly Easley
Kimberly Easley
4th Grade Teacher

Ms. Easley was born and raised in Central Islip, New York. Ms. Easley graduated from Arizona State University West with a degree in Special Education and a Master's Degree in Bilingual and Multicultural Education from Northern Arizona University. Ms. Easley taught 7 years in Phoenix, Arizona, 3 years in Richmond, Virginia, and 4 years in Dayton, Ohio. I am excited to work with a team of educators that are invested in cultivating young leaders to proficiency and beyond in body,mind, and spirit. 

Brooke Ellington
Brooke Ellington
5th grade Language Arts

Miss Ellington graduated from the University of Dayton with a B.A in Education.  She is certified in Language Arts and Social Studies. She loves how welcoming DLA is and how rigorous the curriculum is.  


Emily Roper
Emily Roper
5th Grade Math Teacher

Miss Roper graduated from Elon University BA in Human Service Studies.

She previously worked at Inman Middle School 8th grade math.

Miss Roper loves being a part of forming the lives of the young folks in the building. They inspire her to be a better person and teacher!


Jenise Stanley
Jenise Stanley
3rd Grade Teacher
Ms. Stanley has her Bachelors in  Early Childhood Education, from Lourdes University. She has been teaching for 4 years as a 3rd grade teacher and, 5 years in preschool. She  loves that the DLA community feels like a family.