ECBOE accepts bid for portable classrooms at FES, approves personnel recommendations at June 1 meeting

Published 1:20 pm Monday, June 5, 2023

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The Escambia County Board of Education accepted a bid for portable classrooms at Flomaton Elementary School and approved personnel recommendations during its special-called meeting on June 1.

The portable classroom bid was accepted from Walker Construction and Consulting Services LLC for $675,680.

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In other business, the board:

  • approved a revised salary schedule;
  • approved to purchase two 2023 Ford F-150 crew cab trucks for the maintenance department from Stivers Ford in Montgomery, state bid contract T191 in the amount of $33,938 each;
  • approved board policy revision Section III fiscal management 3.21 credit card;
  • approved an agreement between the ECBOE and medical personnel for medical services provided for sporting events;
  • approved for Superintendent Michele McClung to attend the Innovative Schools Summit, called “Addressing Learning Loss. Cultural Responsiveness. Supportive Discipline,” July 5-9, 2023, to be paid from Title II funds;
  • and the following personnel recommendations:


  • Kristan Wasdin, as cosmetology instructor at Escambia County High School, effective June 7;
  • Bradley Marcilliat, as drivers education teacher at ECHS, effective May 26;
  • Kaci Morris, as custodian at Huxford Elementary School, effective June 22;
  • Anna Marie Lyles, as elementary teacher at W.S. Neal Elementary School, effective May 18;
  • April Blackwell, as history teacher at W.S. Neal Middle School, effective May 26;
  • Reyna Vega, as science teacher at WSNMS, effective May 26;
  • Courtney Peavy, as English/language arts teacher at W.S. Neal High School, effective May 10;
  • Brandon Stophel, as utility/groundskeeper at Atmore Maintenance Department, effective May 31;


  • Princess Davis, as social studies teacher at ECHS, effective Aug. 2, replacing Douglas Forbes;
  • Racheal Wagner, as health science teacher/CTE at ECHS, effective Aug. 2, replacing Suzanne Helton;
  • Wesley Tucker, as science teacher at Escambia County Alternative School, effective Aug. 2, replacing Mary Figgers;
  • Nikita Pinkney, as elementary teacher at Escambia County Middle School, effective Aug. 2, replacing Alicia Jossey;
  • Jude Sanford, as math teacher at ECMS, effective Aug. 2, replacing Tyler Parker;
  • Jessica Peterson, as elementary teacher at Pollard McCall Junior High School, effective Aug. 2, replacing Myra Robinson;
  • Carla Dyess, elementary teacher at Rachel Patterson Elementary School, effective Aug. 2, replacing Caroline Hughes;
  • Kimberly Flores, as elementary teacher at FES, effective Aug. 2, replacing Brittany Revel;
  • Makenna Lindley, as elementary teacher at WSNES, effective Aug. 2, replacing Brittney Van Winkle;
  • Rebekah Dyess, as elementary teacher at WSNES, effective Aug. 2, replacing Rachel Wiggins;

Employment change

  • Clarence Brooks, from health teacher to physical education teacher at ECHS, effective Aug. 2;
  • Laura Bailey, from lunchroom manager at FES to child nutrition bookkeeper at Escambia County Board of Education, effective July 1, replacing Sheila Ashcraft;
  • Lynn Winters, from elementary teacher to math coach at HES, effective Aug. 2;
  • Tina Hunt, from elementary teacher at WSNES to math coach at ECMS, effective Aug. 2;


  • Michelle Uriegas, as special education teacher from ECMS to HES, effective Aug. 2, replacing Kelli Sellers;
  • Tyler Parker, as math teacher from ECMS to PMJHS, effective Aug. 2, replacing Rachael Knowles;
  • Jennifer Stephens, as special education teacher from RPES to Flomaton High School, effective Aug. 2, replacing Karl Smith;
  • Jennifer Lee, as English/language arts teacher from WSNMS to FHS, effective Aug. 2, replacing Mandy Murphy;

Summer employment

  • To read the full list of those employed for the summer, visit;


  • Ally Edwards, as elementary teacher at RPEs, effective Aug. 2; and,
  • Madelynn Holt, as elementary teacher at WSNMS, effective Aug. 2.