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June 26, 2014

CMCSS names two assistant principals for 2014-15

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The Clarksville Montgomery County School System announced appointments of assistant principals at two schools on Wednesday.

Melissa Johnson will serve as assistant principal for Liberty Elementary School.  Johnson began her career as a second grade teacher at Northeast Elementary School in 1997, before moving to Sango Elementary School to teach first grade. She  has worked as an assistant principal at Barkers Mill Elementary School since 2010. She holds an M.A. in educational leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University and a B.S. in interdisciplinary studies from Austin Peay State University.She replaces the current principal of St. Bethlehem,  Melisse Williams,.

Kim Walker was named  assistant principal of Northwest High School. Walker began teaching in 1999 as an upper level elementary teacher at Cumberland Heights. In 2002, she served as a language arts teacher at Kenwood Middle School. She was promoted in 2004 to work as a middle school academic coach.  She has served as an assistant principal at Montgomery Central High School  since 2008,. She received both her M.A.+20 in administration and supervision and her B.S. in interdisciplinary studies from Austin Peay State University, as well as a second M.A. in curriculum and instruction from Cumberland University. She replaces Theresa Muckleroy, the current principal of Northwest.



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