The Madison City Board of Education added two instructional technology specialists to guide and assist the district's growing technology education sector. Russell Johnson is the new Secondary Instructional Technology Specialist and Rachel Gibbs is the new Elementary Instructional Technology Specialist. MCS math teacher Katie Whitt becomes the district's new elementary math specialist, replacing Ms. Gibbs, who previously taught math and gifted programs in Madison City Schools. Johnson is a graduate of Bob Jones High School and from Auburn University where he studied software development. He comes back to Madison from a technology position at Auburn City Schools.
(L-R) Katie Whitt, Rachel Gibbs and Russell Johnson, flanked by Superintendent Dr. Ed Nichols and Assistant Superintendent Eric Terrell..