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Limestone schools’ applicants

The following are the applicants for Limestone County Schools’ assistant superintendent’s position. The first six listed have made the first cut in the screening process.

  • Sandra Davis, Limestone County’s director of secondary education

  • Jeremy Jones, assistant professor and assistant director of clinical experiences, Athens State University

  • Jack Mullins, Limestone County’s director of special education

  • Billy Owens, principal, Tanner High School in Limestone County

  • Mike Owens, principal, Ardmore High School in Limestone County

  • Beth Weinbaum, principal, Cedar Ridge Middle School in Decatur

  • Deborah Baker, Alabama Department of Education, Huntsville

  • Kenyon Barron, principal, Simpson County, Miss.

  • Warren Baugher, assistant superintendent, Racine Unified School District, Racine, Wis.

  • Bill Denney, education consultant, Bluffton, Ind.

  • Wanda Doss, assistant principal, Lee High School in Huntsville

  • Mickey Glass, principal, Elkmont High School in Limestone County

  • John J. Kelly, former superintendent from 1994-98, Steward, Ill.

  • David James Laurenson, professor, Queens College:, Queens, N.Y.

  • Joni Magnusson, principal, Alabama Clinical Schools in Birmingham

  • Nancy Sharpe Strawbridge, principal, Bay Creek Elementary School, Loganville, Ga.

  • Yousuf Syed, special education department head, Hunters Glen Elementary, Sugarland, Texas.

  • Cathy Vasile, principal, Blossomwood Elementary in Huntsville

  • Henry G. Walding, assistant superintendent, Pike County, Ga.

  • Willie C. Watts, superintendent of schools, Phoenix Village Academies, Akron, Ohio

  • Sullie Wright, principal, Bowen Elementary School, Grand Rapids, Mich.

  • Sean B. Yisrael, principal, Freshman Academy, Princeton High School, Cincinnati

  • Jason L. Yohn, principal, Dadeville High School in Dadeville

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