The Shelby County Board of Education approved several administrative positions at its June 26 meeting, including new assistant principals for Helena Middle and Vincent Middle High School and a new supervisor of Advanced Programs.
Ashley Bahr was approved as the new assistant principal at Helena Middle School. Bahr has over 12 years of experience in public education and currently serves as the assistant principal at Helena High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Social Studies at the University of Alabama and completed her degree in Instructional Leadership at the University of Montevallo.
DeWanda Nelson will serve as the new assistant principal for Vincent Middle High School. Nelson has over 9 years of experience in public education and currently serves as a business teacher at Calera Middle School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Jackson State University and a master’s degree in Elementary Education and Educational Leadership at the University of Montevallo.
Kimberly Worley Brown was approved as Supervisor of Advanced Programs. Brown has 23 years in education and is currently the principal at Moody High School. She has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Jacksonville State University and master’s degrees in Special Education from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and in Educational Leadership from the University of Montevallo. She also has an Ed.S. in Special Education from the University of Alabama.