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July 18, 2019

Trussville City Schools Names Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction

TRUSSVILLE CITY SCHOOLS

PRESS RELEASE

JULY 18, 2019

Dr. Lisa Berry Named Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction


Trussville City Schools is pleased to announce Dr. Lisa Berry has been named Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction for Trussville City Schools. Dr. Berry has been the Principal of Hewitt-Trussville Middle School (HTMS) since August 2013. Before HTMS, Dr. Berry served as Assistant Principal of both Hewitt-Trussville High School and Hewitt-Trussville Middle School. Dr. Berry has also been a science teacher at HTMS and Deshler Middle School in Tuscumbia, Alabama.


Superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill welcomes Dr. Berry stating, “Dr. Berry will enhance our strong administrative team with her expertise in administration, curriculum, test score analysis, and social/emotional learning. Dr. Berry is creative and innovative and I look forward to her new ideas and strategies to take us to the next level of excellence in all K-12 programs”.


Dr. Berry holds an Ed.D in Educational Leadership from Samford University, an Ed.S from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, a Masters of Education Administration and Bachelor of Science from the University of North Alabama. Dr. Berry said, “I am grateful to Dr. Neill and the Board of Education for the opportunity to serve as the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction for Trussville City Schools. I look forward to building on the wonderful work already in progress, reconnecting with previous colleagues I have worked with in the past, forging new relationships, and supporting our teachers in the outstanding work they do daily to improve teaching and learning. Trussville City Schools has a history of strong academic programs and I am honored to have the opportunity to contribute and lead this work.”


Dr. Berry will remain at Hewitt-Trussville Middle School until the new Hewitt-Trussville Middle School principal is named and will also assist in the transition for the start of the 2019-20 school year.

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