Selma City Schools reaches full staffing

Published 10:11 pm Thursday, August 2, 2018

At their Monday special called meeting, Selma City School Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams announced with the approval of personnel that night that the system was now 100 percent staffed.

“The only opening is a math interventionist at R.B. Hudson, which we are still seeking,” said Williams told the Board of Education members. “We have a couple of applicants and may have someone as early as our board meeting next week. As far as core courses and classrooms teachers, we will be 100 percent staffed and that includes office staff and custodians.”

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Personnel approved Monday night included the employment of Ira Stallworth as a third-grade teacher at Kingston Elementary School, James Brown as a history teacher at R.B. Hudson Middle School, Calvin Marshall as a history teacher at Selma High School, Jamie Pettway as a health science teacher at the high school, Curtis Irby as an agri-science teacher at the high school and Cepeda Lewis as a history teacher at Selma High School.

At the Byrd First Class Early Learning Center, Joy Stephens was approved as a pre-kindergarten teacher.

At Cedar Park Elementary School, the board approved Heather Allen as a second-grade teacher and Angela Collins as a fourth-grade teacher.

At R.B. Hudson Middle School, the board approved Britnee Hymes as a secretary, Howard Gilmore as a custodian and Veronica Bowie as a custodian.

Henry Jones was approved as a bus driver.

At Cedar Park Elementary School, LaKeshia Crittenden was approved as a secretary and bookkeeper.

Howard Irby was approved as a CNP custodian at Knox Elementary School.

Terry Johnson and Darryl Sanders were approved as custodians at Selma High School.

Calvin Marshall was approved as the assistant football coach at Selma High School.

The board also approved six resignations and one termination.