The Business City Universities Board of Schooling satisfied on June 15 and unanimously authorized the using the services of of Christie Hughes to be the university system’s new Director of Elementary Instruction.
Hughes will change Dr. Teri Prim in the situation. Hughes will come to Organization after investing the earlier a few many years as the Alabama Looking at Initiative (ARI) Regional Management Literacy Professional with the Alabama Condition Section of Education. She had served as the Slocomb Elementary University Principal and To start with Course Pre-K Director from 2016 until finally 2019 when she left for the state placement.
Formerly, Hughes has also served as an elementary college assistant principal for Geneva County Educational institutions and Dothan Town Universities. She was also the ARI Reading through Mentor at Geneva County Elementary School and was a instructor at Geneva County Elementary. She commenced her educational vocation in 2005.
Hughes holds a bachelor’s degree from Troy Condition-Dothan in youngster psychology and also retains two master’s levels from Troy. She has 1 master’s diploma in Early Childhood Education and learning and yet another in Educational Management.
Current Enterprise Metropolis Schools Assistant Superintendent Dr. Zel Thomas – who was just lately accredited by the board to be the new university system’s next superintendent – sat in for Superintendent Greg Faught at the meeting as he was scheduled to be off. Thomas introduced Faught’s suggestions at the board conference.
In other organization, the board authorized the amended 2021 budget – which includes federal have about money from the preceding year – and a new wage schedule update.
The board also authorised new contracts with RedInk for English Language Learners software program for both the superior college and junior substantial educational facilities. The computer software for the junior higher schools will value $18,000 and $10,500 for the high college. The revenue for those people applications comes from CARES Act funding.
The board authorized the choosing of seven new college students – bringing the total variety up to 40 – to operate in the university for the duration of the summer months.
The June 16 conference was the 1st for new school board member Jennifer Boykins. Boykins was selected to the board by the Organization City Council in April. She is an Enterprise native that graduated from the College of South Alabama with a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling. She also holds a bachelor’s diploma in Felony Justice from South Alabama and a Masters of Biblical Experiments from the Birmingham Theological Seminary.
Boykins has previously worked as a therapist at Pathway in New Brockton and Daily life Management Middle of Northwest Florida in Marianna, Fla. She has been a Senior Rehabilitation Counselor at the Alabama Division of Rehabilitation Providers in Dothan considering that 2000. She is also the founder of 2:20 Ministries, which is a ministry and mentoring company for girls and youthful females.
The faculty board also authorized the pursuing personnel record.
Kayla Morlas, unique schooling instructor, Hillcrest Elementary
Holly Wilks, fifth quality instructor, Holly Hill Elementary
Haley Lanier, 2nd quality trainer, Harrand Creek Elementary
Kelly Rase, fifth quality instructor, Hillcrest Elementary
Megan Barbaree, English teacher, Organization Superior
Rebecca Cranford, custodian, Dauphin Junior Higher
Mareena Mills, special education instructor, Organization Substantial
Melissa Johnson, Spanish trainer, Company Significant
Amanda Commander, third quality teacher, Pinedale Elementary
James Aplin, bus driver, Company City Faculties
Erica Weller, CNP worker, Business Metropolis Educational institutions
Chandler Collins, tutorial aide, Company High
Jennifer Moseley, music teacher, Holly Hill Elementary
Cedric Brown, custodian, Business Substantial
Lydia Motes, college nurse, Organization Town Universities
Melissa Hanson, ARI reading mentor, Pinedale Elementary
Kimberly Garrand, interventionist, Pinedale Elementary to ARI reading mentor, Harrand Creek Elementary
Sunshine Jakubecz, initially grade trainer, Holly Hill Elementary to elementary trainer, Business Early Training
Sandra Wambles, CNP employee, Holly Hill Elementary to CNP worker, Organization Town Educational institutions
Michelley Carter, CNP Manager, Harrand Creek Elementary to CNP employee, Enterprise Metropolis Faculties
Nikki Cobb, fifth quality trainer, Harrand Creek Elementary to elementary trainer, Organization Early Education and learning
Elizabeth Cooper, math specialist, Harrand Creek Elementary to math instructor, Dauphin Junior Significant
Tangela Sasser, CNP Supervisor, Company High to CNP Manager, Harrand Creek Elementary
Brandon Fricks, English teacher, Dauphin Junior Higher to guidance counselor, Hillcrest Elementary and Holly Hill Elementary
Kimberly Pike, particular education aide, Holly Hilly Elementary to specific education and learning aide, Hillcrest Elementary
Amber Kennedy, CNP Assistant Manager, Enterprise Superior to CNP Manager, Company Substantial
Melissa Bell, CNP employee, Company Substantial to CNP Assistant Manager, Enterprise Superior
Haley Willette, special education trainer, Enterprise Early Education to elementary instructor, Business Early Training
Lauren Debolt, particular education and learning teacher, Coppinville Junior Substantial
Billy Grubbs, PE trainer, Organization Early Instruction
Whitney McHugh, math instructor, Business Superior
Charity Floyd, elementary trainer, Rucker Boulevard Elementary
Emily Sanders, math professional, Harrand Creek Elementary
Jacqueline Hines, elementary teacher, Rucker Boulevard Elementary
Kaely Smith, elementary teacher, Hillcrest Elementary
Reginald Peterson, ISS instructional aide, Dauphin Junior Significant
Adam Gossen, instructional aide, Enterprise Superior
Elizabeth Gunter, special training instructor, Business Early Instruction
Rhonda Martin, English instructor, Company Significant
Dakota Hicks, family and purchaser sciences instructor, Company Large
Martha Sue Clark, bus driver, Enterprise Town Faculties
Curtis Edwards, bus driver, Company City Educational facilities
Elizabeth Raulerson, bus driver, Organization Town Educational facilities
Latoya Mitchell, bus driver, Business City Educational facilities
Rafael Arreaza Scrocchi, Spanish trainer, Pinedale Elementary
Jennifer Barton, particular training teacher, Pinedale Elementary
Brittany Jones, ARI studying mentor, Pinedale Elementary
Marie Thompson, elementary teacher, Pinedale Elementary
Donald Edwards, social science instructor, Company Higher
Chandler Collins, English teacher, Dauphin Junior Large
Viviana Montalvo, custodian, Dauphin Junior High
Rachel Smith, English trainer, Harrand Creek Elementary
Amy Davis, English instructor, Dauphin Junior Substantial and
Christie Hughes, Director of Elementary Instruction, Organization Town Faculties.