Lincoln County schools add new lead teachers
Published 12:00 pm Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Each Lincoln County School campus will have a new faculty leader in the 2022-2023 academic year, though they are all familiar faces. A lead teacher has been selected for each of the county’s four schools.
“We are very excited for the upcoming year and the plans we have for growth and improvement. We have created a new position at each campus to assist in improving our curriculum,” said Superintendent David Martin. “Each site will have a Lead Teacher who will be working with each other as a team and with their site teachers to gather the best materials, ideas, and strategies to strengthen our curriculum. We have a long-term plan that will provide tools to assist teachers and students in the learning process.”
The new lead teachers are: Bogue Chitto — Chase Wallace; Enterprise — Ashley Williams; Loyd Star — Tamra Madden; and West Lincoln — Anita Thornton.
The district has also hired a new Food Services Director in Deedee Henning.
All other principals, assistant principals and district lead personnel remain the same for the upcoming academic year. Those individuals are:
Principals and assistant principals
Bogue Chitto — Scott Merrell and Garreth Sartin
Enterprise — Terry Brister and Charissa Burke
Loyd Star — Dena Ford and Seth Lofton
West Lincoln — John Shows and Jason Frazier
Assistant Superintendent — Richelle Ratcliff
Special Education Director — Heather Singley
CTE/Federal Program Director — Robin Case
Financial Director — Sam Stewart
Transportation Director — Luke Addison
Tech Director — Kenneth Wallace