Emily Hancock has been named as the assistant principal at Woodbury Grammar School.
She was selected after the Cannon County Board of Education decided to add the inaugural position to the school of approximately 400 students.
She is a 12-year veteran teacher starting in 2006 at Woodbury Grammar. She graduated valedictorian at Boyd Christian School in 2002, attended Motlow State Community College and earned teacher certification from Tennessee Tech University. In 2008 she graduated from TTU with a master’s in instructional leadership, and in 2012 with an educational specialist degree in reading.
She has served as a Cannon County Literacy Teacher Leader and data coach, as well as a presenter with TNCore at state level reading trainings, as well as directing the Read To Be Ready Summer Reading Camp for two summers.