LCMS Administrator

  • Mrs. Wynter's Welcome Message

    Mrs. Wynter

    As a Lyons Creek Family, We remain committed to our mission of ‘maintaining a safe, secure learning environment where tolerance, respect, and accountability provide learning experiences that empower our diverse LCMS community’ as we celebrate our ‘A’ rating for the second year in a row.

    Fall semester of the 2018-19 School Year was filled with exciting learning experiences and holistic growth opportunities! Spring Semester, we continue to be immersed in the Reimagining Middle Grades initiatives, especially social-emotional learning and college/career readiness. We are engaged in numerous school-wide forms of support and providing opportunities for students to discover their passion in a supportive learning environment. We continue to expand our business partnerships in the community and share best practices for parents at our Fall/Spring Curriculum Parent Night. We believe that it truly takes a village to support our children and their success. We invite all incoming 6th Graders to attend our Saturday Safari's on January 26, February 23, March 16, and April 13 (8:30-9:30 am and 10-11am) to learn about our school, tour campus, select classes, and submit registration paperwork.

    Our staff and students exemplify this year’s theme, “Everyone can be a Superhero…What’s YOUR Superpower?” Together, we commit to high-quality instruction and authentic student relationships. We empower all staff and students to use their superpowers to transform lives throughout our LCMS Community!

    - Principal Wynter

  • 6th 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 2012Ms. 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 nimineee.

    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.

  • 7th Grade Assistant Principal: Mr. Bellamy

     Mr. Bellamy


    Mr. Bellamy has been an educator for over 30 years. He began his career as an educator in Miami-Dade County.  He worked as a teacher and coach during this time. His administrative career began in 1996.  He had the distinct pleasure of transitioning to Broward County in 1999 as an administrator.

    Prior to joining the Lyons Creek Middle School community as an administrator, Mr. Bellamy gained his leadership skills with other middle schools throughout the county.  Mr. Bellamy has obtained a plethora of knowledge and strengths during his career and it is with pride that he is joining the Lyons Creek Middle School family.  Education and experience are the keys to success,these are two valuable assets,that all individuals should take advantage of, in order to become the best that they can be. This is something that Mr. Bellamy truly believes in and as the 7th grade administrator, will enforce throughout the school year to his students.

    Mr. Bellamy graduated from Hiram College in Ohio receiving his Bachelor of Arts with an Educational Certification in 1980.  He earned his Masters of Science in Sports Administration in 1981 from St. Thomas University.  In the belief  that the more you know, the more you grow, he gained his Educational Specialist degree in 1996, from Nova Southeastern University.

    Work hard but we must also play hard. Mr. Bellamy enjoys sports,hunting, fishing, camping and just about any and all outdoor activities. He had the distinct honor of being inducted into the Broward Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame.

  • 8th Grade Assistant Principal: Dr. Howard

     Dr. Howard


    In America, all children are entitled to a free K-12 public education of the highest caliber. As a member of the Lyons Creek Middle School community, I am dedicated to assisting members of our school community in maintaining a school climate that is extremely conducive to high quality teaching and learning. I will continue to collaborate with other members of Team Broward to provide engaging, rich and excellent learning activities and opportunities for our students. I am committed to providing our students with a public education that is rigorous, relevant and of the highest standards. 
    Dr. Howard has been employed by the Broward County School District for over 15 years as a teacher and assistant principal. In 2004, he was recognized as Broward County School District’s Assistant Principal of the Year and the Most Outstanding Middle School Assistant Principal in Florida. Dr. Howard earned his Ph. D. in educational leadership from Florida Atlantic University in 2007. 
    A veteran of over 23 years of military service (active duty and reserve), Dr. Howard retired from the United States Air Force in 2003 at the rank of Master Sergeant. He has a deep love and respect for America and our public school system.