LCMS Administrator

  • Mrs. Wynter's Second Quarter Message

    Mrs. Wynter

    Our Lyons Family is excited about inspiring our students to reach their highest potential and discover their unique talents!  This year’s theme is "Lyon Kingdom: Circle of ExSELlence".  We are committed to providing high quality instruction that prepares students to be college and career ready.  Our innovative programs and extracurricular activities provide experiences that are project-based.  We are focused on social-emotional learning(SEL) and have a variety of initiatives that support students’ holistic development.  We are also scaling up our communication so that we can provide optimal customer service and engage all stakeholders in our LCMS initiatives.  We remain committed to our increased safety and security measures.   

    I look forward to continuing our collaboration with all stakeholders to achieve our vision of "Cultivating a positive community of lifelong learning and self-discovery". Let’s make it a great year Lyons Family! 

    ~ Principal Wynter

  • 6th Grade Assistant Principal: Mr. Gurreonero


    Welcome to this 2019-2020 school year!  I am excited and proud to serve as this year’s 6th Grade Intern Principal. As a veteran Literacy teacher who taught here at LCMS for ten amazing years, I have to say it feels  great to be home!  In my role as the 6th Grade Administrator this school year, you can count on me to ensure that our communication is clear, consistent, and focused on moving our students forward! I cannot wait to help build active learners who are accountable and eager for their academic journey.  As the administrator over Literacy and as a parent who has a strong passion for the social well being of kids, we will work together this year to build proficient students in academics and character education.  Let’s get to work!

  • 7th Grade Assistant Principal: Mrs. Vega-Rodriguez

    Mrs. Vega-Rodriguez


    Dory Vega-Rodriguez joined Lyons Creek Middle School in 2004.  Since coming to the Lyons Creek Middle School, she has served as Social Studies Dept. Head, SAC chair, Title I & Partnership Liaison, and Parent Link Advisor. In her role as creator of Multicultural Night, she provided leadership for implementing a comprehensive plan to achieve diversity with the goal of enhancing an environment that celebrates the unique contribution of every person.

    Originally from Massachusetts, Dory graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth with a BA in Psychology and has a Master’s in Education from Boston College. She also completed a 2nd masters in Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix.

    In 2012, Ms. Vega was nominated for Broward County S.S. Teacher of the Year. Her professional career includes receiving her National Board Certification SS-History/Early Adolescent. In 2016, she was an Assistant Principal of the Year nomineee.

    Ms. Dory Vega-Rodriguez believes that education is the key to success. "Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom" - George Washington Carver.

    When not at work Mrs. Vega-Rodriguez enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and reading.

  • 8th Grade Assistant Principal: Mrs. Coddington


    Mrs. Coddington comes to Lyons Creek having served many students, families, and communities throughout Broward County for over thirty years.  Throughout her educational journey, she has remained compassionate when working with middle school students.  She is committed to continuing a tradition of maintaining a safe and secure learning environment and is excited and honored to be at Lyons Creek! 

    Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after high school Mrs. Coddington attended Howard University in Washington, DC.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern.

    As an educator in Broward County, she has served at several schools in the capacity as a Science Teacher, Coach, Advisor, and Administrator.  She has received many awards and recognitions from the district and state and has served on many district committees and represented the state for many years as a Commissioner on the Education Practices Commission.