The Houston County Board of Education appointed Eddie Williams as principal of Tucker Elementary School at the Board meeting held Feb. 13, 2018.
“I am blessed to remain in the Perry community by becoming a Tucker Tiger,” said Williams. “I am honored to have the privilege of serving the students, parents, and staff of this Leader in Me, award-winning school. I look forward to growing as a leader with all of my Tucker Tigers.”
A native of Alabama, she and her family have called Houston County their home since 1999 when she began teaching at Bonaire Elementary School. During 19 years as an educator, she has taught all elementary grade levels. In addition to Bonaire, she also taught at Kings Chapel Elementary and Perry Elementary. She served as a literacy coach from 2006 until 2010, when she joined the Kings Chapel administration.
Williams earned a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education from Columbus State University in 1995. She also holds a master’s degree from Troy State University (2002) and a Specialist in Educational Leadership from Columbus State University (2008). Currently she is working on her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Columbus State University.