Administration


  

Stacey Dickey
 Mrs. Stacy Dickey is currently the Principal of Hahira Middle School.  She is a proud native of Lowndes County and a graduate of the Lowndes County School System.  Mrs. Dickey has two daughters in the school system, and her husband, Jared Dickey, is also an educator in Lowndes County.

Valdosta State University is Mrs. Dickey’s post secondary Alma Mater.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership.   Her educational experience consists of a combined 16 years at the middle grades and secondary levels.  She has served both the Henry County and Lowndes County school systems.  Mrs. Dickey's experiences consist of social studies teacher, academic coach, assistant principal, and principal.  She is dedicated to student success and constantly seeks ways to encourage others.  Education is her passion!  One of her favorite quotes comes from Albert Schweitzer, "Success is not the key to happiness.  If you love what you are doing you will be successful".



Matt Faircloth
Dr. Matt Faircloth is the current assistant principal of Hahira Middle School. His wife, Lindsay, teaches at a local church preschool. They have three children who attend Lowndes County Schools.

Dr. Faircloth attended Valdosta State University where he holds degrees in Middle Grades Education, Educational Leadership, and Curriculum and Instruction. He has 15 years experience teaching middle-grade science, social studies, reading, and ELA. His passion is making a positive impact on students and staff through service and encouragement. His favorite quotes come from Charles Swindoll and Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant:

Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. -Charles Swindoll-

If you believe in yourself and have dedication and pride- and never quit- you’ll be a winner. The price of victory is high but so are the rewards. Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant



Ms. Rico Tucker is currently the Assistant Principal of Hahira Middle School.  She is a proud native of Thomas County, Georgia and a graduate of the Thomasville City School System.  Ms. Tucker is the proud parent of a daughter and son, both are students in Lowndes County Schools.

Ms. Tucker is an alumni of Valdosta State University. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, a Masters in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology, a gifted Endorsement, and a Specialist in Educational Leadership.
She has served both in the Valdosta City and Lowndes County school systems.  

Ms. Tucker has been in education for 20 years.
Her favorite quote is “ Students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” Her passion is to serve her local community and continue to make a difference in the lives of children.





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