Our talented group of administrators provides the vision and leadership for the various divisions of our school. Each of them is deeply committed to Christian education and has a unique set of talents and abilities that collectively form a wonderfully strong team.
Dr. Greg Clark has been the superintendent of NCCS since 2012. Prior to joining our staff, he spent 28 years in public education, beginning as a secondary science teacher, with the final 14 years as a school administrator. Dr. Clark has a BS in Education from Southwest Baptist University, a MS in Educational Administration from Emporia State University, and an Ed.D in Educational Leadership from University of Missouri-St. Louis. He has been married to his wife Lisa for 33 years, and has two married daughters.They are enjoying their first grandson, who was born in 2019.
Greg loves working with the students and staff every day, building relationships with families, and making sure we are helping our students grow and thrive academically and spiritually. His vision for NCCS is to be the premier Christian school in our region and to see our students graduate and go forward to be world changers, impacting their communities for the Kingdom of God.
Yolander Pittman grew up in Altheimer. Arkansas, with 8 brothers and two sisters. She graduated from Altheimer High School, where she was a part of a very successful basketball team. She received her BS degree from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff in Science Education. She received one Master’s degree from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville in Science Education, and another Masters from St. Louis University in Secondary Administration. She received her Specialist Degree from Lindenwood University in Curriculum and Instruction. Yolander was a chemistry teacher for 8 years before becoming an Assistant Principal. She later became a principal in middle schools and high school.
Yolander has been married to Shepard Pittman for 23 years and they have four children and six grandchildren. Yolander has been mentor to several youth throughout her career in education. She and her husband have allowed those needing a safe place to reside to live with them for extended periods of time; they have allowed students to live with them in order to work to pay for senior necessities; they have taken children to and from college; and have assisted students in finding careers and jobs.
Yolander’s proudest moments are when students began to believe what God says and connect their gifts from God with training for a career. Yolander is a part of the True Redemption Center Family and works with parents to connect with their child’s school.
Wayne Moss has a long history with NCCS, beginning in 1974. He served as the Elementary Principal for over 20 years, and is now serving as the Director of Admissions. When not at NCCS, Wayne spends his time as a Real Estate Agent, flipping houses in the St. Louis area. Prior to working at NCCS, he worked at Arlington Heights Christian School in Corpus Christi, Texas, as a School Administrator PS-12, and at North Hills Christian School in Port Huron, Michigan, as a School Administrator PS-12. Wayne attends Ferguson Church of the Nazarene, where he has previously served as the Youth Pastor. He attended high school at McCluer Senior High, and got his BS in Christian Education from Mid-America Nazarene University. He received his MA, PhD in Administrative Education from Lael University.
Wayne loves the foundation on which NCCS was created: to meet the educational and spiritual needs of families who want a loving, Christian and excellent education for their children, Preschool - 12th grade, providing a one-stop location for the whole family. His vision for the school is to see our classrooms filled and our students serving and ministering to our community in many ways, and to see our alumni returning to NCCS to serve and to support their school financially and in leadership roles.
Sheryl Dampf has been working as our Operations Director since 2003, but her history with NCCS goes back to kindergarten. Sheryl attended NCCS K5-12th, and was a member of our very first graduating class in 1977! After graduating from NCCS, Sheryl attended FVCC and graduated with a degree in Childcare. She currently attends Ferguson Church of the Nazarene, where she serves in the nursery, toddler room and with PK5. When she's not at NCCS, Sheryl spends her time helping with her triplet grand-daughters (5 years old) and their big sister, who is almost 7 years old.
Sheryl loves being able to complete a project that she knows is going to help our school either look better or work more efficiently for our staff and students. She also enjoys being around our students, and at times being able to work by their side, helping to encourage them. She envisions that NCCS would continue to grow and expand and teach more students how to live a life dedicated to God and His purpose.
Molly Farmer has been the Director of Development since 2018. She attended NCCS from 2001 until 2012, and is an NCCS Alumnae. Before joining our staff, she spent 2 years working on political campaigns leading up the 2016 elections. Molly enjoys traveling and has spent quite a bit of time abroad studying, exploring and doing humanitarian work. Molly has a BA in Political Science and International Studies from Saint Louis University.
Molly enjoys working to better the school that contributed so much to her personal development. She is excited to see how the school continues to change and improve over the years, and she's looking forward to seeing it continue to progress. Her vision is to see NCCS recognized for the outstanding institution that it is, as it continues to make an impact on the lives of the students in our community.
Joseph Miller is the youngest of five children of Elder David L. Miller, Sr. and Missionary Laura Miller. Throughout his childhood, he was taught that with hard work and dedication, anything is possible. Joseph believes his life is one of service to the people and the community.
Mr. Miller has worked for Missouri state agencies over an 18-year career. He earned his BS in Business Administration from Lindenwood University in 2013, and has since worked as a Team Lead and Workforce Development Specialist for the Missouri Department of Economic Development. He and his wife, LaDonica, are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters (Madison and Joselyn) and are long-time, active members of Restoration Temple Church. Mr. Miller believes the Bible is the single most important book ever written, and an eyewitness account of historical events of such magnitude that they have literally shaped the world in which we live.