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Madison Principal Melissa Mims Named MCS Elementary Instruction Coordinator

Madison City Schools has a new Elementary Instruction Coordinator.
Melissa Raby Mims, principal of Madison Elementary since 2014, was approved by the MCS Board of Education at its Feb. 8 meeting.
She replaces Judy Warmath, who retired in December.
A native of Madison County, Mrs. Mims comes with 16 and a half years experience as an educator. She worked in Lee County, Forsyth County, Ga., and Shelby County as a classroom teacher and was assistant principal in Shelby County when Madison City hired her in 2014 to become principal at Madison Elementary.
Melissa Mims with admin staff in standing photo
Superintendent Robby Parker, Elementary Instruction Coordinator Melissa Mims,
Chief Academic Officer Dr. Heather Donaldson, Assistant Supt. Eric Terrell.

She graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor's degree, master's degree and educational specialist degree in Elementary Education. She earned a master's certification in Educational Leadership from the University of Montevallo.
Mrs. Mims and her husband, Wes, and their 15-month old daughter live in Madison.
Superintendent Robby Parker said Ms. Mims has done a wonderful job as principal and brings some great credentials to the job.
She will assume the post in a few weeks after steps are in place to fill the principal vacancy at Madison Elementary.


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