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Madison Elementary Gets New Principal; New APs for DMS, LMS

Liberty Middle School Assistant Principal Jamie Golliver has been named principal at Madison Elementary.
The Madison City Board of Education approved Supt. Robby Parker’s recommendation of Golliver at its June 21 Board meeting.
“Madison Elementary is in for a great ride with Jamie Golliver,” said Mr. Parker, adding he was the unanimous choice by the 9-member interview committee. “I’m real excited about it. It’s well deserved and he’s going to do great.”

Jamie Golliver at podium

Several other key assignments were also approved:
* Ryan Foy was named assistant principal at Liberty Middle. Mr. Foy was assistant principal at James Clemens. Treva Stewart, former administrator over The Academy/Alternative school, was also hired as an assistant principal for LMS, a new position because of the 6hth grade move into the middle schools.
* Kevin Wilson was named administrator over The Academy/Alternative school, replacing Treva Stewart. Mr. Wilson was assistant principal at Discovery Middle.
* Kathleen “Kate” Wade was named assistant principal at Discovery Middle, a new position because of the expansion of 6th grade into the middle schools. Mrs. Wade was secondary math specialist at the Central Office.
* Carol Bohatch, science teacher at James Clemens High School, was named Science Specialist/Grant Administrator in the Central Office.
All of the hires were promoted from within Madison City School ranks. Board members said that speaks well for the District to groom so many qualified individuals. Superintendent Parker gave glowing comments about each hire and their qualifications.
Mr. Golliver replaces Melissa Mims, who accepted the position of Elementary Instruction Coordinator in February. Retired MCS administrator Kacy McKay finished out the school year as interim.
Mr. Golliver has worked 22 years for Madison City Schools. He has served the past six years as assistant principal at Liberty Middle and has been a teacher and coach for Bob Jones High School and Liberty Middle. A native of Florence, he graduated from the University of North Alabama with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education/social science and earned his master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
While serving in his administrative role at Liberty, Golliver also supported teachers districtwide by assisting with new teacher training facilitation.
Mr. Golliver’s wife, Diana, is an elementary teacher for Huntsville City Schools. They have two grown daughters: Anna Belle who has a photography business and is entering UNA this fall; and Jocelyn, who is married, works as a medical assistant while also taking college courses, and is expecting in July.
I a brief acceptance address, Mr. Golliver said he is “humbled and honored” to be selected. “Madison Elementary has a great reputation and proud tradition. I can’t wait to get started.”
Ryan Foy flanked by key Madison City administrators
Ryan Foy, 3rd from right, becomes assistant principal at Liberty Middle

Kevin Wilson, flanked by key MCS administrators
Kevin Wilson, 2nd from right, becomes Administrator over the Academy alternative school

Kate Wade flanked by top MCS administrators
Kate Wade, 3rd from right, becomes assistant principal at Discovery Middle


Carol Bohatch flanked by top MCS administrators
Carol Bohatch, 2nd from right, becomes Science Specialist/Grant Administrator for MCS

Jami Golliver flankd by top MCS administrators
New Madison Elementary Principal Jamie Golliver (3rd from right, with former
Madison Elementary Principal Melissa Mims to his left.

Treva Stewart studio photo by herself

Treva Stewart is now assistant principal
at Liberty Middle

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