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School System announces new Administrators

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School SystemThe Clarksville Montgomery County School System has named five administrators to fill open positions in the district.

They are as follows:

Bryan Johnson as assistant principal of West Creek High School.

Bryan Johnson as assistant principal of West Creek High School

Johnson has served as a special educator at Northeast High School, where he has served as head football coach. He also previously worked at Clarksville High, where he was a special education teacher and head of the boys track coach and assistant football coach.

He earned he doctorate in educational leadership and professional practice from Trevecca Nazarene University and his M.A. in special education at Belmont University. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Austin Peay State University.

He replaces Bart Dixon, who was named principal of Kenwood Middle School.

Laura Boss as assistant principal of Richview Middle School.

Laura Boss as assistant principal of Richview Middle School

Boss has spent 12 years teaching students from the inner cities of New Jersey to schools in CMCSS. She most recently has served as a sixth grade math teacher at West Creek Middle School and she previously worked as a teacher at Byrns Darden Elementary.

She earned her M.A. in education, administration and supervision from the University of Phoenix and her B.A. in elementary education and American studies at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ.

She will fill the position which opened when Lisa Clark was named principal of Richview.

Michael T. Higley as assistant principal of Kenwood Middle School.

Michael T. Higley as assistant principal of Kenwood Middle SchoolHigley earned his M.A. in leadership education, administration and supervision, and a B.A. in interdisciplinary education from Austin Peay.

For the past eight years, he has served as a technology integration coach in CMCSS and previously worked as a computer technology teacher at Kenwood Middle and an educator at Kenwood.

He replaces Kim Sigears who was named at-risk coordinator for CMCSS.

Jean Luna as half time assistant principal at Kenwood High School.

Jean Luna as half time assistant principal at Kenwood High SchoolFor the past 13 years, she has educated children in the states of Iowa, Washington and North Carolina, most recently working as a first grade teacher at Sango Elementary.

She earned her master’s degree in educational administration from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona and her B.A. in elementary education from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Although her most recent assignment has been in an elementary school, her previous appointments have been in a middle and intermediate school.

Luna fills the half time assistant principal position opened as a result of Christi Fordham being named lead administrator of the new STEM Academy at Kenwood High. She also will fill a half time teaching position at Kenwood.

Robin Hammer as coordinator of exception children.

Robin Hammer as coordinator of exception childrenShe will be responsible for pre-k and elementary special education services. She has served as supervisor of special programs in Houston County Schools since 2001 and previously worked as a school psychologist and preschool special educator.

She earned her Ed.S. with an emphasis in school psychology from Austin Peay State University. She earned her master’s degree in education from Vanderbilt University and her B.S. in education from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  At Vanderbilt, she was the recipient of the Autism Training Grant. She has presented at numerous state conferences.

She replaces Linda Brake who is working with special education students at the Alternative School.

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