Board of Education

Summary of Board Meetings

Coosa County Board of Education

Board Members

Sharon Massie

DISTRICT 1

Sharon Massie, District I, Vice Chairperson

My name is Sharon Eason Massie. I am a Board of Education member for the Coosa County Board of Education, District 1. I am a life-long resident of Coosa County and a graduate of Goodwater High School. I have 41 years’ experience as an employee of the Coosa County School System. The positions I have held are bus driver, Chapter I Aide, Goodwater Elementary School secretary, Central High School secretary, and secretary to the superintendent. I am familiar with most of the laws and policies that govern our school system. I retired from the system July 1, 2019. My children and my three grandchildren who live in Coosa County graduated from Coosa County Schools. Currently I have family members enrolled in Coosa County Schools.
Tiffany McCain, District II

DISTRICT 2

Tiffany McCain, District II, Chairperson

Mrs. McCain graduated from Central High School Coosa County in 2006.  She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 2010 from Alabama State University with a major in Psychology and a minor in English.  Mrs. McCain earned her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health

Counseling from Alabama State in 2016.  Currently, Mrs. McCain is serving as Career

Coach/Counselor at J.F. Ingram State Technical College, a college for incarcerated individuals.  

 She is married to Brandon McCain and has four children:  Antoneo, Camryn, Matthew, and Lauren.

Joe Belyeu

DISTRICT 3

Joe N. Belyeu, District III

Born and raised in Coosa County
Coosa County High School Graduate 1972
Athens State College Graduate 1976
BS degree Secondary Education
Married to my high school sweetheart Jackie 47 years
Five children, Eight grandchildren
Four State Basketball Championships
1995, 2000, 2001, 2004
AHSAA Hall of Fame Inductee 2011
Born again Christian (Baptist)

Sharon Coffman

DISTRICT 4

Sharon Coffman, District IV

Working together with you to provide optimum learning for our students! 

As a parent, grandparent, and retired teacher I have a love of children and a passion for education. I hold a master’s degree in Elementary Education.  I began teaching in Coosa County in 1979 and continued in Tallapoosa County until I retired in 2001. As an educator I always appreciated the dedication of each parent, teacher, administrator, lunchroom worker, bus driver, and maintenance person. In fact, I have always believed it takes the entire community to educate our students so that they are prepared to enter the ever-changing world with the skills to be successful adults. This includes family, all school personnel, and the community at large. 

After retirement, I became the first executive director for Keep America Beautiful in Polk County, GA. Under my leadership, we formed an active service fraternity in the high schools, started recycling in all schools, and started an educational program in the elementary schools. I successfully procured volunteer, material, and monetary support from the local businesses, civic organizations, and churches.  We solicited and received support from the media, local governments, Home Depot, Walmart, State Farm, and many other businesses for local events, including the Great American Cleanup, Rivers Alive, tornado recovery, beautification projects, and recycling projects.  

My goal as a board member of the Coosa County School System is to use my experience and my passion for education to support students’ growth and effectively challenge the whole community to be involved. 



Gay Adams, District V, Vice Chairman

DISTRICT 5

Gay Adams, District V


Mrs. Adams graduated from Weogufka High School in 1979.  She attended Central Alabama

Community College and finished with an Associate degree in 1981.  Mrs. Adams received a Bachelor of Science degree from Montevallo in 1982, and a Master’s degree from Auburn in 1997.

Mrs. Adams married her husband, Todd in 1982.  They have one daughter, Cara.  Mrs. Adams taught in the Coosa County School System for 25 years and retired in 2007.  After retirement she was part-time graduation coach and technology assistant.  She now works part-time with CLAS (Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools),  serves as Director at the Weogufka Center for Arts Entertainment and Education, serves on the Weogufka Alumni Committee, and is a Volunteer with the Coosa County HIPPY program.  Mrs. Adams enjoys fishing, turkey hunting, photography, and she has never lost her love for learning or teaching. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION

David W. Stover, Superintendent Of Education