Dr. Michele Edwards has been involved in education for seventeen years years. She holds a bachelor of science degree in English and health education from Troy University. She later pursued a master's degree in health education, also from Troy. She then attended the University of Alabama where she completed her educational specialist degree, along with her doctoral degree in educational leadership. She has taught English and health at both the middle school and high school levels, as well as served as an assistant principal over the span of her educational career. She is married to Jeff Edwards and has four children: Michaella, Brayson, Jaxson, and Britton. Dr. Edwards uses the John Wooden quote, “Greatness is attainable by all” as her motto in education. She believes that all children can learn and become great in their own right. A positive atmosphere and communication among faculty, staff, students, and parents is essential for greatness in students.
“Vincent Middle High School works to provide an environment that fosters student growth and independence along with improving the overall academic potential of the student. Vincent students benefit from a team effort comprised from the hard working teachers, staff, community, and parents. I am proud to be a Jacket!”
Ms. Nelson is an assistant principal at Vincent Middle/High School. Nelson has over 9 years of experience in public education and currently serves as a business teacher at Calera Middle School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Jackson State University and a master’s degree in Elementary Education and Educational Leadership at the University of Montevallo.
Mr. Landon Manning is in his fifteenth year of teaching. He has spent fourteen of those years at Vincent Middle High School. Mr. Manning is currently the administrative assistant and director of bands. He holds degrees from Samford University. Mr. Manning has been married to his wife Lindsey for eleven years, and they have two boys: Cooper who is nine and Sewell who is four.