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Mr.  Phillip  Jarmon
Principal
256-233-6603       Email

Principal's Corner

Mr. Jarmon's Information

Experience:

  • Principal, Brookhill Elementary School 2016-present
  • Principal, Athens Intermediate School 2013-2016
  • Assistant Principal, Athens Intermediate School 2012 - 2013
  • Principalship residency, Somerville Road Elementary, Decatur, Alabama 2011- 2012
  • Sixth grade teacher, Athens Intermediate School 2005 - 2012
  • Third grade teacher, Cowart Elementary School 2004 - 2005
  • Internship, Cowart Elementary and Athens Intermediate 2003-2004
  • Education Director Tanner Boys and Girls Club 2002-2004

Education:

  • Master's of Education in Instructional Leadership P-12, Alabama A&M University 2010
  • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education K-6, Athens State University 2004
  • Associate's Degree, Snead State University, Boaz, Alabama 2001
  • Guntersville High School, Guntersville, Alabama 1999

Personal:


My wife and I have been married for almost 10 years.  We both attend West Hobbs Street Church of Christ.  We enjoy spending time with the family and attending the Alabama football games.  ROLL TIDE! My parents are Brent and Rebecca Jarmon of Guntersville, Alabama.  My sister, Holli and her husband (Jeremy), live in Guntersville. My sister is an R.N. at Marshall Medical Center South.

Information Pertaining to Brookhill:

I feel very fortunate and honored to work for Athens City Schools. I believe we have a wonderful school system.  I truly care for all the students, and I believe that the students deserve a fair chance to be their best.   I try to instill the importance of character throughout the school, while teaching the students that his or her character is very important.  I think it is vital to believe in the students and let them know that I care for them.  While I try my best with ALL students, I make it a point to be consistent and follow policy.  Thank you parents for trusting in me and always BELIEVE in your child and instill confidence in them to do the right thing. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, "Character plus intelligence is the goal of true education."