Assistant principals are shown from left to right in alphabetical order of school, followed by the new Creekview HS coach.
The School Board on Thursday evening also approved monthly personnel recommendations, which included the appointment of new assistant principals and a new head girls basketball coach for Creekview HS.
The new assistant principals are filling vacancies created by retirements, advancements and enrollment growth.
“We grow outstanding leaders in CCSD, and I’m so proud to recommend these appointments, as each is the perfect match for their new role,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said.
The newly appointed assistant principals are:
• Avery ES: Ginger Morgan from E.T. Booth MS;
• Bascomb ES: Jessica Currie from Indian Knoll ES;
• Cherokee HS: Dr. Christian Kirby from Ball Ground ES STEM Academy;
• Creekland MS: Celeice Hood from Woodstock HS;
• Creekview HS: Mark Vance from Etowah HS;
• Etowah HS: Dr. Curt Ashley from Polaris Evening School;
• E.T. Booth MS: Tia Bryller from Dodgen MS in Cobb County;
• Hickory Flat ES: Nicholas Zomer from Creekland MS;
• Hickory Flat ES: Denna Vance from R.M. Moore ES STEM Academy;
• R.M. Moore ES STEM Academy: Kimberly Moody from Holly Springs ES STEM Academy;
• Sixes ES: Emily Bartlett from Bascomb ES;
• Teasley MS: Dianne Schumacher from Creekview HS; and,
• Woodstock ES: Laura Casey from Hasty ES Fine Arts Academy.
John Domville will serve as the head girls basketball coach for Creekview HS, bringing eight years of teaching and coaching experience to the post. A special education teacher, he currently teaches, serves as his department chair and coaches the girls varsity basketball team at Centennial High School. He was named Centennial’s 2018-19 Athletics Coach of the Year and 2017-18 Teacher of the Year.