The Graves County School District has announced several key administrative changes for the school year that begins in August. R.B. Mays, Graves County High School principal for the past three years, will replace Rodney Pearce as the district’s finance director. Pearce will retire at the end of August, following ten years on the job. Matt Madding, a former GCHS teacher and Farmington Elementary School principal for the past year, will serve as interim principal of GCHS. Amy Archer, a teacher and more recently guidance counselor at Symsonia Elementary School, will take Madding’s place by serving as interim principal of Farmington Elementary School. Alison Gregory returns to the district as assistant principal of Graves County Middle School after serving in a similar position the past two years at Murray Middle School. Abbie Morris is a new assistant principal and the Math/Science/Engineering Academy principal at GCHS. She has served as the academy’s lead teacher the past three years. She also has taught pre-engineering and Project Lead the Way courses for the past seven years and was head coach of the girls’ soccer team for a total of eight years. Shelina McClain is the district’s new director of food services. She has taught culinary arts at GCHS in recent years.
Graves Schools make admin changes
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