District Administrators

Dr. Michele Morris


Ms. Tiffany Webb
Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Grants

       Tiffany Webb is the Assistant Superintendent at South Holland School District 150. Tiffany holds a Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) with Superintendent endorsement, as well as, with a General Administrative Type-75 endorsement from Lewis University. She received her Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from National-Lewis University and her Bachelors of Arts in Education from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has worked 25+ years in the field of education with the majority of those years in leadership positions. 

       Tiffany believes that one of the main purposes for education is to provide students with a safe and stimulating environment that has appropriate materials and supports for students to thrive and mature mentally, emotionally, physically, and socially. Tiffany believes this learning environment should give students an understanding of the world in which we live and encourage them to work towards solving world problems and becoming productive citizens. Elements that she believes are conducive to establishing such an environment involve the practices of (1)Professional Presence, (2) Planning and Preparation, (3)Instructional Implementation, and (4)Environmental Establishments. Educators possess a great power to influence and therefore have a great impact on student achievement to shape our future. Tiffany embraces the opportunity to serve as a lifelong learner and leader in education.

        Tiffany enjoys cooking, problem solving games and activities, sports, and spending time with her two adult children.


Ms. Myra Lolkema
Director of Technology

Myra is the Director of Technology at South Holland School District 150. Myra graduated Ball State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism Education, St. Joseph’s College with a Bachelors in English, and Ball State University with a Masters of Arts in Curriculum and Educational Technology and an Educational Administration and Supervision endorsement. Myra is also a Certified Educational Technology Leader (CETL) through the COSN organization. 
Myra has served on the Board of Directors for Indiana Connected Educators and the conference planning committee for the Indiana Digital Educators Alliance's IDEAcon.  Myra has presented on technology integration and social media use at the Indiana Connected Educators Conference, Hoosier Educators Computer Coordinators Conference, International Society for Technology in Education Conference (ISTE) and the Superintendents' Commission for the Study of Demographics and Diversity.
Outside of school, Myra is also known as ‘Rowan’s mom’ and can be found on the soccer field or pool deck. When she’s not cheering from the sidelines Myra enjoys running marathons and traveling. 


Ms. Camille Robinson
Director of Specialized Services

Camille P. Robinson serves as Director of Special Education for South Holland School District 150. Camille’s career in education spans ten years including but not limited to, teaching in turnaround and gifted schools, and serving as an educational administrator within the District 299 as an Assistant Principal and Director of Special Education.

She has over 25 years of Leadership experience within Sales/Marketing at several Fortune 500 corporations. Camille holds a B.A. in Marketing from IIT (Stuart School of Business) and two master's degrees in Educational Leadership and Special Education from Lewis University and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Special Education from Concordia University. Camille is a member of Illinois Alliance of Administrators of Special Education, Council of Administrators in Special Education, Children of Exceptional Children, National Alliance of Black Educators, and the CAEP (Council for the Accreditation for Educator Preparation).

 In addition to her professional organization memberships, Camille serves a member of the National Louis Advisory Council for the Undergraduate division to provide consult support for students majoring in special education. She considers herself to be a lifelong learner, advocate, and catalyst of change. She believes that for students to succeed you must possess dedication, creativity, and flexibility because each child is a unique individual. 

It is her mission to help children to meet their fullest potential by providing a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere which allows them to grow and mature academically, emotionally, physically, and developmentally and socially.   

Camille has two young adult children and enjoys spending her free time traveling with her family domestically and internationally. 

Mr. Daniel Panici
Business Manager/CSBO