Thursday, November 30, 2017

Principals of Heritage, West Madison and Mill Creek Honored at Madison City Board Meet

Posted by John Peck in General

Several Madison City Principals were honored for outstanding achievements.
Judy Warmath, Elementary Instruction Coordinator, introduced the principals in recognitions
before the Nov. 30 Madison City Board of Education meeting.

Dr. Georgina Nelson pictured with Superintendent Parker and Elementary Coordinator Judy Warmath
Dr. Georgina Nelson, principal at Heritage Elementary, was recognized for her selection as the 2018 Outstanding Administrator for 2018 by the Alabama World Language Association.

dr. Daphne Jah is pictured with Superintendent Robby Parker and Elementary Instruction Coordinator Judy Warmath
Dr. Daphne Jah, principal at West Madison Elementary School, was recognized for being named Distinguished Principal by the Alabama Association of Elementary School Administrators for District 10.

Mill Creek Principal Carmen Buchanan shown with several teachers from her school
Mill Creek Elementary Principal Carmen Buchanan brought a group of teachers to the BOE for a brief presentation on the school's prestigious recognition by the nationally known Ron Clark Academy. Teachers told how participation in the Ron Clark leadership program transformed the culture of the school among both teachers and students. They showed a brief video and entered the board room to the sounds of upbeat music demonstrating the type of fun teaching that has been taking place at the school. Teachers used words like revolutionary, electrifying, game changer and mindshift in explaining how the new strategies have gotten students and teachers more engaged in learning concepts.
The Mill Creek team recently returned from a trip to Atlanta where they met Oprah Winfrey as one of only six schools nationwide showcased by the Ron Clark Academy.

Congratulations to these outstanding principals for Madison City Schools.

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