Ashley Miller - Principal
My name is Ashley Miller, and   I am honored and humbled to serve as the principal at Miller Elementary School. Playing a part of opening Miller Elementary with you all is such a blessing and dream come true for me!
I have been an educator in Texas over the past twelve years and have loved every minute.  I served as the assistant principal at Sem and Gunstream Elementary schools. I began my career as a 4th Grade teacher at a magnet school in Richardson ISD, and later taught 2nd and 4th grade in Lewisville ISD.  I joined Frisco ISD in 2008 and served as a 4th grade teacher at Tadlock and Sonntag Elementary schools respectively.
I completed my Bachelor of Science Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of North Texas and my Master’s in Educational Leadership and Administration from Concordia University.
When I am not at school, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Marcus, and my two children, Faith and Brayden. We spend most of our free time at dance and baseball events. I enjoy reading, shopping, and spending time with family.
I am looking forward to working with your child and being part of your child’s discovery of learning.  I cannot wait to welcome your children at Miller.  Thank you for sharing your children with us every day.
My hope is that we build our school community together as a team to ensure our children of Miller Elementary are prepared for success in everything that do!


Kelli Morse - Assistant Principal
Hello, Miller Community! I am thrilled to be the Assistant Principal at this wonderful school! I absolutely cannot wait for the exciting journey we have ahead of us, and I am dedicated to getting to know each of you...children, families, teachers, and staff. 
This is my fifteenth year in education and in Frisco ISD.  Time flies when you're having fun!  I graduated from Texas A&M University (Whoop!) in 2003 with a Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, and received my Master's degree in Educational Administration and Principal Certification in 2009. I began my career as an educator as an Accelerated Reading and Math teacher for grades 2nd-5th at Gunstream and Smith Elementary schools. Then, I went on to help open Isbell Elementary in the fall of 2004 and taught 4th, 1st and 3rd grades during my 13 years there.
My husband, Steven, and I have been married for 8 years and we stay very busy with our 6 year old little boy, Carter and 2 year old, Caroline. They certainly keep us on our toes!  As a family we love being outside playing and going for walks, swimming, and watching Carter and Caroline play together.  Siblings sure are sweet!  We are always on the hunt for great BBQ and live music, and as an avid reader, I'm always adding to my list of books to read.
I believe that collectively we have the ability to meet the needs of all of our learners every day, in every situation, and this will be reflected at Miller. I can commit to you that I am going to wake up each morning anticipating the positive results that will stream from hard work, collaboration with others, and dedication to each child’s life. At Miller, we are going to let kids know that we see them and that they are important! I am thrilled to partner with you on this adventure!


Ashley Young - Counselor
My name is Ashley Young and I am privileged to be the counselor at Miller Elementary.  I am a 2006 graduate of University of North Texas and completed my Masters for School Counseling, from Dallas Baptist University in 2010. I have been an educator for the past eleven years.  I began my career as an ARI teacher and as a 2nd grade teacher in Irving ISD.  I joined Frisco ISD in 2012 as a 2nd grade teacher at Bright Elementary.  I served as the counselor at Sem Elementary for the past two years.  
My husband, Nathan, and I have been married for 6 years and are the proud parents of our two sons, Korbin (4) and Bowen (5 months).  We enjoy time at home, watching Korbin play soccer and baseball, and visiting with family and friends.
I am looking forward to an amazing year at Miller and having the opportunity to be a part of your child's academic career.