Keystone Heights Elementary School


principal turbeville

Phone: 904-336-1375

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education

Master’s in Educational Leadership

Bradford High School

Santa Fe College

University of North Florida

University of West Florida

“If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.”  -Zig Ziglar 

Principal and Title IX Coordinator, Elizabeth Turbeville

Dear Families and Community Members,

Welcome to our Keystone Heights community school! I am so proud to be the leader  of such a dynamic group of faculty and staff who impact stellar students each day. Our school is an A+ school, offering top-notch academics, while nurturing each and every student’s social and emotional needs to reach the highest potential. Every day students are engaged in highly rigorous learning through technology, collaboration, inquiry and project-based learning. 

Keystone Heights Elementary School is one of two “feeder” schools in our community that funnel all students to Keystone Heights Jr./Sr. High School directly across the street from our campus. We have 120 faculty/staff members who delightfully serve over 800 students each day. We are completing the final stages, and will begin the 2022-2023 school year, as a Cambridge Primary School. As Cambridge students, our future sixth graders will have the opportunity to glean valuable academic skills and move on to the Cambridge AICE pathway at Keystone Heights Jr./Sr. High School. We are also a Title 1 school, receiving federal funding that provides a wealth of resources, including a STEM teacher and a math coach, who are field experts. Through Title 1 funding, we also have multiple teacher assistants, who use their talents to push into classrooms, providing additional teaching support to our students. 

Keystone Heights is a small town that has a neighborhood feel, where everyone loves and supports one another. Most of our faculty/staff live in Keystone Heights and greatly desire to invest in our students.  Our community is filled with people who love to volunteer their time and energy to ensure the success of our school. KHE has a very strong Parent Faculty Association (PFA), who dedicate themselves to helping celebrate student successes and to meet our school’s needs in a variety of ways. 

Coming from a nearby small town, I realize what a rare gem KHE is, and do not take my role as principal lightly. I am honored to be a part of the Clay County School District and the Keystone Heights community. Thank you to all of the  parents, faculty, staff and members of the community who make each day meaningful to the students we serve. Together, we are preparing our students to be leaders in the 21st century. 

Sincerely and Respectfully,

Beth Turbeville

asst principal williams

Phone: 904-336-1375

Degrees and Certifications:

Masters in Educational Leadership 

Bachelors in Elementary Education

University of North Florida

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”    -Gandhi

Assistant Principal, Kayleigh Williams

Dear parents and community members;

     I am excited to continue my journey as the assistant principal of Keystone Heights Elementary School.  I am a proud member of the Keystone Heights community.  I have been extremely fortunate to teach at Keystone Heights Elementary prior to taking on my current role of assistant principal.  I am excited to continue serving the teachers, staff, students, and community members at Keystone Heights Elementary, as I assist in leading our Little Indian Tribe.  

     Prior to becoming an assistant principal, I was a teacher for ten years.  I served in many teaching roles varying from Kindergarten to Sixth grade, in general education and exceptional student education.  I began my journey in education in Flagler County, prior to relocating to Clay County.  I served in coaching extra curricular activities such as; Girls on the Run and Florida Future Problem Solvers.  

    The Keystone Heights community is key to our school’s success.  Parent involvement increases student achievement and enriches the school community.   I take great pride in building positive and lasting relationships with teachers, staff, students, parents, families, and community members.  It takes all of us working together in partnership to ensure our students receive the best education to become lifelong learners.  

     I look forward to working with each of you as we continue on this educational journey together.


Kayleigh Williams

Phone: 904-336-1375

Degrees and Certificates:

Bachelors of Arts in History-Concentration in Secondary Education

Master of Education in Educational Leadership 

Western Michigan University

University of West Florida

Be Curious, Not Judgmental.

Assistant Principal, Cory Stone

Dear Parents and Community Members,

I am honored to introduce myself as the newest member to the Keystone Heights Elementary Administrative Team.  I am originally from Lake Orion, Michigan before moving and beginning my educational career in Clay County where I have worked for the past 16 years. I began my career as a Social Studies teacher at Lakeside Junior High. Most recently I have served as the Dean of School Culture at Wilkinson Junior High where I was able to support and collaborate with the administrative team to build a strong culture of success. 

I will work to ensure that the students of Keystone Heights continue to thrive in a strong culture of learning that consists of high expectations, strong instruction across the curriculum, and allows students to possess academic ownership over their work. KHE will continue to build strong learners for the 21st century and we encourage parental and community involvement to help us achieve that goal. 

I am excited to start this new chapter and have the opportunity to serve the Keystone Heights community. I look forward to meeting and working with all of our families and students. Together we will continue to build upon the strong foundation and success that Keystone Heights Elementary has earned. 


Cory Stone