Rome Middle names new assistant principal

January 9, 2019--11:30 a.m.

NEWS RELEASE

Rome Middle School is pleased to welcome Dr. Kisha Thompson to their administration team as assistant principal effective immediately. Dr. Thompson will join Principal Parke Wilkinson and Assistant Principal Dr. Christy Epps in completing the administrative duties for the school.

Thompson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Environmental Sciences from the University of Alabama, a Master’s degree in Education from Mississippi University for Women, an Ed.S in Administration and Supervision from Union University, and her ED.D from Union University with a concentration in Education Leadership. She started her career as assistant principal for Sudduth Elementary School in Starkville, Mississippi in December of 2010 before taking a position in Family and Consumer Sciences for Tuscaloosa County Schools in August of 2013.

Thompson worked in the Tuscaloosa County Schools system in Family and Consumer Services until May of 2015 before acquiring a position in the same capacity for Coweta County Schools in August 2018.

“We are so excited to have Dr. Thompson join us at Rome Middle School,” said Rome Middle School Principal Parke Wilkinson. “She has experience at the secondary level and her work in Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports will help us to continue to strengthen programs already in place at our school.”
 

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