Board of Education

BOE accepts Mims’ resignation as Berry’s football coach


Shown from left are Fayette County High School’s “Teacher of the Year” Julie Turman, Fayette Middle School’s “Teacher of the Year” Ciara Peoples and Deputy Superintendent Mary Raines.

The Fayette County Board of Education toured Fayette County High School prior to its Jan. 25 meeting in the school’s library. Board members John Aaron and Brenda Webb were absent for the meeting, with all other board members present. Board member Tierre Agnew opened the meeting with prayer, with board member Julie Stough leading the Pledge of Allegiance.

Lucas named Hub’s Teacher-of-the-Year


Pictured is the Hubbertville “Teacher-of-the-Year,” Gracie Lucas (right), with Deputy Superintendent Mary Raines.

The Fayette County Board of Education toured Hubbertville School prior to its Dec. 12 meeting in the Hubbertville School library. All board members were present for the meeting. At the beginning of the meeting, Gracie Lucas was announced as the Hubbertville “Teacher-of-the-Year” by Deputy Superintendent Mary Raines.

 

BOE presents ‘Teacher of the Year’ to Burns


Deputy Superintendent Mary Raines is shown presenting Michelle Burns a gift bag for being named Fayette Middle School’s and the Fayette County School System’s “Teacher of the Year.”

The Fayette County Board of Education held its annual organizational meeting at the Fayette County Middle School gymnasium on Tuesday, Nov. 28. All board members were present for the meeting. Prior to the start of the meeting, Superintendent Jim Burkhalter and the board members toured the facilities at Fayette Elementary School and Fayette Middle School.

 

BOE honors Berry's ‘Teachers of the Year’


The Fayette County Board of Education recognized the Berry “Teachers of the Year” during their Oct. 17 meeting. From left: Deputy Superintendent Mary Raines, Kelley Strickland, Athena Hubbert and Superintendent Jim Burkhalter.

The Fayette County Board of Education toured Berry Elementary School and Berry High School before holding its Oct. 17 meeting in the library of Berry High School. All board members were present for the meeting, with the exception of board member Tierre Agnew. Prior to the start of the meeting Athena Hubbert was recognized as Berry Elementary School’s “Teacher of the Year,” and Kelley Strickland received recognition as Berry High School’s “Teacher of the Year.”

 

BOE presents resolutions to Hubbertville students


Hubbertville Principal Tim Dunavant is shown presenting State Senate resolutions to FCCLA students Zoe Whitson (center) and Maci McCaleb.

The Fayette County Board of Education honored two Hubbertville School students and presented the students with signed Alabama Senate resolutions congratulating them for their accomplishments during its Aug. 22 meeting. All board members were present for the meeting.
Board president Tom Hubbert opened the meeting with prayer, and board member John Aaron led the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

BOE makes personnel changes


Pictured is the Fayette County Board of Education at its July 27 meeting. Shown from left: Board President Tom Hubbert and board members: Tierre Agnew, Brenda Webb, Julie Stough, John Stowe and John Aaron.

The Fayette County Board of Education approved personnel items and contracts during its July 27 meeting. All board members were present for the meeting.

 

Williams selected as BHS principal


Dr. Kim Williams was selected as the new principal at Berry High School.

The Fayette County Board of Education voted unanimously during its June 22 meeting to name Dr. Kim Williams as the new principal of Berry High School. All board members were in attendance for the meeting. Dr. Williams is a 1989 graduate of Berry High School, where she was valedictorian of her senior class.