HENRY COUNTY – The School Board of Henry County approved the Superintendent’s recommendation to fill three administrative positions at their June 7 meeting.
Mr. Luke Boone will be principal at GW Carver Elementary School. Currently, Boone serves as assistant principal at GW Carver Elementary School. He has served the students of HCPS as a history teacher and assistant principal for ten years. “I am honored and excited to have this opportunity to continue to work with the GW Carver family and community. GW Carver has a tradition of excellence, and I look forward to working closely with the staff and students as we continue to make GW Carver Elementary a prestigious place to work and learn."
Mr. Corey Fobare will be Coordinator of Alternative Programs & Student Activities. Fobare joined HCPS in 2017 to serve as Coordinator of Regional Alternative Programs & Athletics. “It is an honor to continue to serve Henry County Public Schools and this wonderful, tight-knit community. It is my hope that, through the practice of creating exciting and relevant experiences for our learners, we will continue to produce meaningful opportunities for them. I am confident that the experiences that have impacted me will continue to serve me in my new role.”
Mrs. Tiffiny Gravely will be interim principal at Bassett High School. Gravely, an assistant principal at BHS who has also served students as a counselor and teacher in the division, takes over for Mrs. Gracie Agnew, who has accepted a position with Carlisle School. “As a graduate of Henry County Public Schools and a long-time staff member at Bassett High School, I welcome the opportunity to continue to promote the success of all students at BHS. My goal is to continue to collaborate with teachers, parents, and the community to provide an exemplary learning experience for our students.”
Mrs. Marcie Seay will be principal at Stanleytown Elementary. Seay is currently principal at GW Carver Elementary School and has served HCPS students as an administrative intern, coordinator of SLD teachers and classroom teacher. “I am honored to return to Stanleytown Elementary to collaborate with the staff and families as we support students in meeting and exceeding their learning goals. There are so many exciting opportunities in store for us as we work together for student success - our partnership will ensure their growth in fantastic ways.”
The appointments were approved by the School Board after reconvening from closed session.
“The energy and enthusiasm each of these administrators brings to their roles is infectious. I know that their leadership will continue to ensure student growth and success in their schools and across the division,” said Dr. Jared Cotton, Division Superintendent.