Ms. Mohazobyn Panchoo is not only a proud Tulsa Public School employee since 1997 but also the proud parent of two Tulsa Public School students. She began her career as a first grade teacher at Hawthorne Elementary (8 years), then transferred to Patrick Henry Elementary. Ms. Panchoo was the assistant principal of McKinley Elementary before enthusiastically assuming the position of principal at Bell, becoming the leader of our pack of A.G. Bell Bobcats!
She comes to us with the firm belief that the decisions we make are always the best ones for our scholars. Her passion for creating the educational environment for all Bobcats that she wants for her own children drives her actions and expectations every day.
Ms Panchoo has a history of excellence in educational practices and building and maintaining professional, supportive relationships with students, families, and the community. She is currently working to complete her doctoral studies in Educational Supervision and Leadership.
Mrs. Rowland began her teaching career in 2008 with Tulsa Public Schools where she taught 1st and 2nd grades at Skelly Elementary before transferring to Mayo Demonstration School. She also spent four years as a 2nd grade teacher and administrative intern with Bixby Public Schools before becoming assistant principal at Bell.
Mrs. Rowland was born and raised in the Tulsa area, graduating from Sapulpa High School in 2004. She received her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from Northeastern State University. Mrs. Rowland earned her master’s degree in Educational Administration, Curriculum, and Supervision from the University of Oklahoma in 2018.
Mrs. Rowland believes creating a safe, welcoming and collaborative school environment is key to creating successful school experiences for teachers, students, and families. She believes in a culture of high expectations that focuses on helping students reach their full potential.
During her free time, Mrs. Rowland enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and listening to podcasts.