New staff and faculty in Clay school system

CELINA-New to her post as principal of Celina K-8, Emily Daniels welcomed four new teachers, a new guidance counselor, and two  new teaching assistants to the school as the 2013-2014 session began.

Brittany McClearan (3rd grade), Mary Anna Scott (4th grade), Tammy Johnson (7th grade), and Mike Head (8th grade) are each recent college graduates beginning their teaching careers here.

Counselor Angela Treece comes to the school having gained experience in a similar position at Rutherford County. The move is a homecoming for Treece, the daughter of Geneva and Bobby Bartlett.

Teaching assistants Laura Smith and Angel Poindexter will perform valuable duties aiding teachers to the largest school student body in the county system.

Hermitage Springs School added second grade teacher Jonathan Smith, music teacher Sandy Smith, art teacher Aaron Brown, and teaching assistants Vonda Gulley and Farrah Wood to Principal John Denton’s staff.

Clay County High School Principal Melissa White opened doors to two new special education teachers Krystal Leslie and Peggye Martin, a math teacher Cassidy Williams, one social studies teacher James Chambers,  a new head football coach and social studies and personal finance teacher Chad Barger, and Aaron Brown will also teach art at CCHS.