Troy BOE completes hires for school year

Published 7:54 pm Monday, August 1, 2011

The Troy City Board of Education held a brief meeting Monday morning to complete the hires for the 2011-12 school year at this time. However, depending on enrollment, there could be additional hires at a later date.

On Monday, Superintendent Lee Hicks made the recommendations for four fulltime positions, three of those in math.

Dollie Miller-Jones was approved for hire as a counselor for grades kindergarten through second grade at Troy Elementary School. Miller-Jones comes to TES from Selma.

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The board approved two hires at Charles Henderson Middle School, both for math. Kelly Knick was hired as seventh grade math teacher and Nicole Kimbril as an eighth grade math teacher. Knick taught at CHMS in 2010-11. Kimbril comes to CHMS from Luverne.

Rene Donaldson was hired as a math teacher at Charles Henderson High School.

Donaldson comes to CHHS from Crenshaw County.

All hires will be effective Aug. 9, 2011.

Hicks expressed appreciation to all of those who have worked so diligently to make the adjustments in personnel and said good decisions have been made.

“We have made headways and are moving forward,” he said.

Board President Roxie Kitchens and members, Wally Lowery and Eva Green, were present for the meeting.