Piper Moore, third from right, accepts her award as “Staff Member of the Year” at James Clemens High School. Dr. Ed Nichols, Superintendent of Madison City Schools, included his ‘Prize Patrol’ of administrative staff members to deliver the award to Moore. CONTRIBUTED

Moore honored as ‘Staff Member of the Year’ at James Clemens

MADISON – Piper Moore is the 2024 “Staff Member of the Year” at James Clemens High School.

“I was a stay-at-home mom for 15 years, volunteered in the schools and served as PTA President at the school and district level,” Moore said. In 2019, Moore started working at James Clemens as the permanent substitute teacher. Then in 2022, she accepted the position of school secretary at James Clemens.

She has worked for Madison City Schools as a full-time employee only at James Clemens. “I was a substitute teacher in the district for many years before seeking full-time employment. I’m currently the school/administrative secretary,” Moore said.

Her work philosophy has its foundation in the Golden Rule. “Treat others how I would want to be treated,” Moore said. “Show kindness and don’t let the little things bother you.”

A positive accomplishment for Moore resulted when the leadership changed at James Clemens. She takes pride in “building such a great relationship with Dr. Kerry Donaldson (as principal) in a short amount of time. When Dr. Brian Clayton left midyear, we were all left with big shoes to fill and lots to learn.”

“I believe we have done a great job of navigating the year and challenges together. In our positions and area of work, it requires a lot of trust, communication, honesty and respect,” Moore said.

Moore grew up in the small town of Oneonta.

She is married to Shane Moore. Their daughter, Maddie Moore, is a senior at Auburn University.

During time off from work, Piper Moore enjoys relaxing at the lake. In addition, she likes to ‘work out’ and put in some time at the gym. A special diversion for Moore involves the weekends in Auburn with her family and friends.

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