Homewood City Schools has announced the hiring of two new principals.
Homewood City Schools says Abbie Freeman has been made principal of Hall-Kent Elementary School and John Lowry as principal of Shades Cahaba Elementary School.
Freeman, who currently serves as Hall-Kent's assistant principal, came to Homewood from Winterboro High School, where she served as assistant principal for three years. Before she was an assistant principal, Freeman served as an elementary teacher, Building Based Student Support Team (BBSST) coordinator, and a Title I resource teacher/reading coach. She received her bachelor's degree in elementary education from Jacksonville State University and her master's degree in instructional leadership from Samford University.
Lowry has served as Shades Cahaba's assistant principal for three years and has 11 years of educational experience. He came to Homewood from Creek View elementary, where he served as assistant principal for four years. He received his bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and his master's degree in education leadership from the University of Montevallo. Lowry is currently pursuing his doctorate degree from Samford University. In Homewood, Lowry has served on the Strategic Planning committee, Technology Steering committee, safety plan chairperson, and instructional planning coordinator.
Homewood City Schools says they are proud to have Freeman and Lowry's continued leadership in the school system and community.
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