Congratulations to Mrs. Amy Clemons on being named Lincoln County Schools Principal of the Year for 2021-2022!
Lincoln County Schools is proud to announce that the principal of the year is Amy Clemons from Lincoln Central Academy. Mrs. Clemons has served as principal since 2019.
She began her career in Lincoln County in 2004 at Lincoln County High School. Her teaching experience includes Biology, Honors Biology, Physical Science, and Forensic Science for high school. During the 2013-2014 school year, she served in the district office as the K-12 District Data and Instructional Coach. Clemons then served as the Assistant Principal/ Curriculum Coordinator at NGA from 2014-2019.
Clemons was born and raised in Lincoln County, attended Lincoln County High School and graduated in 2000. From 2000-2002, she attended Motlow State College and majored in Biology, graduating with an Associate of Science degree (A.S.) in 2002. From 2002-2004, she attended Athens State University and majored in Biology, History, and Education. She graduated from Athens State University in 2004 with a Bachelor's in Education (B.S.Ed.). From 2008-2010, she attended Middle Tennessee State University and majored in Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction. Clemons graduated from MTSU in 2010 with a Master's in Education (M.Ed.). From 2011-2013, she attended Middle Tennessee State University again and majored in Administration and Supervision. Clemons graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2013 with an Educational Specialist degree (Ed.S.).
Amy is married to Scott Clemons and they have two daughters, Raegan and Maclane. Amy and her family reside in Lincoln County