Monday, October 30, 2017

A Big Thanks To Madison City Principals During Nat'l Principals Month

Posted by John Peck in General


We can’t let October end without recognizing our principals during National Principals Month.
They do an outstanding job running their schools with all that entails: interacting with students, communicating with parents, attending school events, managing teachers and staffs, speaking to PTAs, taking part in professional development, dealing with local and state education administrators.

It is a tough job and often a thankless one.
We thank our principals for all that they do.
They play an integral role in making Madison City Schools a success.
Our principals are as follows:

Jamie Hill in heavy equipment demonstration at Columbia Elementary
Columbia Elementary Principal Mr. Jamie Hill.

Dr. Georgina Nelson in Heritage Elementary school lobby with two students
Heritage Elementary Principal Dr. Georgina Nelson.

Rodney Richardson talking to student at Horizon Elementary
Horizon Elementary Principal Mr. Rodney Richardson.

Melissa Mims with PTA volunteer for Madison Elementary
Madison Elementary Principal Ms. Melissa Mims.

Carmen Buchanan speaking to Mill Creek student assembly
Mill Creek Elementary Principal Ms. Carmen Buchanan.

Brian Givens interviewed by reporter outside Rainbow Elementary
Rainbow Elementary Principal Mr. Brian Givens.

Dr. Daphne Jah in front of bleachers of students from West Madison Elementary
West Madison Elementary Principal Dr. Daphne Jah.

Kim Stewart accepting Discovery Middle principal job board meeting podium
Discovery Middle School Principal Ms. Kim Stewart.

Shannon Brown accepting Liberty Middle principal job at podium
Liberty Middle School Principal Mr. Shannon Brown.

Sylvia Lambert riding in covertible at Bob Jones homecoming parade
Bob Jones High School Principal Ms. Sylvia Lambert.

Dr. Brian Clayton with Superintendent Robby Parker at James Clemens High School
James Clemens High School Principal Dr. Brian Clayton.

Angie Bush besides flower bush outside Madison City First Class PreK Center
Angie Bush, Administrator Madison City Schools
1st Class PreK Center

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