Meet Mrs. Clemons
I am very excited to be joining the administrative team at Lincoln County High School as an Assistant Principal/Curriculum Coordinator. I began my career in Lincoln County in 2004 at Lincoln County High School as a teacher. My teaching experience included Biology, Honors Biology, Physical Science, and Forensic Science. During the 2013-2014 school year, I served in the district office as the K-12 District Data and Instructional Coach. Then I served as the Assistant Principal/ Curriculum Coordinator at NGA from 2014-2019. When NGA closed, I had the opportunity to open Lincoln Central Academy where I served as the principal and oversaw the virtual school and alternative learning programs. Later, I also served as the district Pre-K Supervisor for Lincoln County Schools. I was honored to be selected as the Lincoln County Schools, Principal of the Year for 2021-2022.
Born and raised in Lincoln County, I attended Lincoln County High School and graduated in 2000. From 2000-2002, I attended Motlow State College and majored in Biology, graduating with an Associate of Science degree (A.S.) in 2002. From 2002-2004, I attended Athens State University and majored in Biology, History, and Education. Mrs. Clemons graduated from Athens State University in 2004 with a Bachelor's in Education (B.S.Ed.). From 2008-2010, I attended Middle Tennessee State University and majored in Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction. I graduated from MTSU in 2010 with a Master's in Education (M.Ed.). From 2011-2013, I returned to Middle Tennessee State University again and majored in Administration and Supervision. I graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2013 with an Educational Specialist degree (Ed.S.).
I am happily married to Scott Clemons and we have two daughters, Raegan and Maclane.We enjoy spending time fostering our daughters’ love of dance as they both dance competitively and Raegan is a member of the LCHS Dance Team. Our family can be seen at many Lincoln County High School events. We share a deep love for the community and the Lincoln County Falcons. Our family continues to reside in Lincoln County. We enjoy spending time together outdoors, especially at the lake. I am humbled and honored to have the opportunity to return "home" to LCHS and serve in this capacity. I am look forward to an exciting year. Go Falcons!