Journey Principal Dr. Treva Stewart and Assistant Principal Tabitha Odom attended today's school board meeting to welcome Mr. Smith (center) and his wife, Marly.

New assistant principal approved for Journey Middle School

MADISON – The Madison City Board of Education approved a new assistant principal/athletic director today for Journey Middle School.
Ben Smith replaces Gerald Frank, who just retired.
According to Madison City Schools, Smith’s 19 years in education began at Bob Jones High School where he taught economics and served as a freshman assistant football coach. He served in various other teaching and coaching positions at high schools in Hanceville, Colbert County, Decatur and Huntsville High School.
Smith graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor’s degree in secondary social science education and holds a masters degree in instructional leadership from the University of West Alabama.

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