WOODBURY: Assistant principals for the 2022-23 school year were named today by William Freddy Curtis, Cannon County Director of Schools, based on the recommendation of each principal of the respective school.
Curtis announced that the following individuals were selected to be the assistant principal and instructional coordinator for each school in the Cannon County School System:
Cannon County Elementary School (formerly Woodbury Grammar School) located at 530 W. Adams St, Woodbury, TN, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade; Principal Emily Hancock with Assistant Principal/Instructional Coordinator Steven Smith.
Cannon North Elementary School located at 3714 Murfreesboro Rd., Readyville, TN (formerly West Side Elementary School) pre-kindergarten through fifth grade; Principal Karen King with Assistant Principal/Instructional Coordinator Melinda Crook.
Cannon South Elementary School located at 8383 Jim Cummings Hwy., Bradyville, TN (formerly Woodland School) pre-kindergarten through fifth grade; Principal Angela Cossey with Assistant Principal/Instructional Coordinator Maria Vickers.
Cannon County Middle School (new school, temporarily located at the former Woodbury Grammar School) sixth through eighth grades, Dr. Thurman Tucker with Assistant Principal/Instructional Coordinator Dr. Annie Reed-Bilger.
Cannon County High School located at 1 Lion Dr., Woodbury, TN , ninth through twelfth grades, Principal Courtney Nichols with Assistant Principals/Instructional Coordinators Lydia Garrett and Additional Assistant Principal/Instructional Coordinator to be named at a later date.
“These individuals will assist in leading their respective schools into a new era of education in Cannon County. As we go forward, I have the utmost confidence that the individuals placed in these important instructional roles will exhibit academic excellence that will impact generations of Cannon County students in the years to come. These instructional leaders are tasked to be ‘actively engaged in excellence every day and in every way!’ and our collective expectation is that each Principal will ‘create a unified environment that will provide opportunities for all students to succeed and reach their full potential.’ We had some outstanding candidates for all of these positions, and each principal worked very hard in the interviewing and vetting process. All of the Cannon County Schools family, with these principals and assistant principals leading their respective schools, will be working hard in the upcoming weeks and months regarding the restructuring and modernization process for our students. Principals and these assistant principals will continue the process by assembling and hiring teachers and staff members for the 2022-23 school year at each of these schools in the upcoming weeks. We congratulate those chosen to assist and lead their faculties, support staff, and most of all their students in the up-coming 2022-23 school year” Curtis said.
For local media inquiries, please contact William Freddy Curtis, Director of Cannon County Schools, at (629) 201-4801, ext 10101, or at email@example.com for local Cannon County Schools information.