Press Release: Brooks County Schools
QUITMAN – Mr. Owen Clemons who is currently the Assistant Superintendent of Brooks County Schools has been announced as the schools Interim Superintendent from the time current Superintendent Mrs. Debra Folsom retires until her position is filled.
Mr. Clemons has been a Georgia Educator since 1979 and advanced to the position of Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the Brooks County School District after serving in several administrative positions at the Central Office Level. Clemons has been an administrator with the Brooks County School District for over 20 years. His career began as an educator with the Lowndes County School District teaching science, math and coaching basketball.
Later, he transitioned to Leesburg, GA and served as Assistant Principal at Lee County High School before coming to Brooks County Schools as Personnel Director. I earned my Bachelor of Science Degree from Albany State College and both Masters and Educational Specialist from Valdosta State University. His current duties and responsibilities include: Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources Director, Director of Professional Learning, System Test Coordinator, Title II A Federal Programs Coordinator, System SACS Coordinator, Tribunal Administrator, and Sports Equity Coordinator.
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