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Trussville City Schools curriculum assistant superintendent resigns

By Gary Lloyd

TRUSSVILLE — The resignation of Trussville City Schools Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Ammie Akin was approved by the Trussville City Board of Education at its June 2 meeting.

Prior to that position, Akin was the assistant principal at Paine Intermediate School. She’s also taught special education at the elementary and secondary levels.

Ammie Akin
photo courtesy of Trussville City Schools

“For the past eight years, Trussville City Schools has been my professional home,” Akin said. “During my tenure, I worked side-by-side with outstanding teachers and administrators. I wish them continued success and thanks to all for their support throughout the years. I am looking forward to seeing what the future holds for me professionally as I enjoy spending this time with my family.”

The job opening was posted at www.trussvillecityschools.com on May 30. The salary schedule for the position is between $101,962 and $114,578, commensurate with degrees, certification and experience.

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