Board of Education



The Coosa County Board of Education met today by teleconference via Google Meet, with members of the public allowed to listen in, under the authority granted by Governor Ivey in Section III of her emergency Proclamation of March 18, 2020. A quorum was present.  The Board of Education also deliberated and passed on 5-0 votes motions to accomplish the following essential minimum functions for the school district, all on the recommendation of the Superintendent:


                  The Board of Education rescinded one non-renewal, accepted two intents to retire, accepted six resignations, approved three certified positions, two substitutes, and four transfers.

                  The Board approved a revised 2020 – 2021 school calendar.

                  The Board approved contracts for Special Education services, Locker Pro, and ProCare Therapy.  An agreement regarding Special Education services was also approved.

                  The Board approved financial reports and bills paid for the month of April, 2020.


The following recommendation was passed on 3-2 vote:


                  The Board approved one interim position.



Superintendent Wilson said she is working on a reserve plan with CSFO Amy Davis.  Superintendent Wilson reported storm damages at the schools are being addressed with various entities, with the architects taking the lead in scheduling repairs.  Superintendent Wilson shared plans are being made for re-opening the schools for summer activities within CDC guidelines, as well as plans for re-opening in the fall. 


The next regular meeting of the Board of Education is June 25, 2020.


                                       SUMMARY FOR APRIL 29, 2020 MEETING

The Coosa County Board of Education met today by teleconference via Google Meet, with members
of the public allowed to listen in, under the authority granted by Governor Ivey in Section III of her
emergency Proclamation of March 18, 2020. A quorum was present. The Board of Education also
deliberated and passed on 5-0 votes motions to accomplish the following essential minimum
functions for the school district, all on the recommendation of the Superintendent:
• The Board of Education accepted one retirement. The Board non-renewed two certified
employees. The Board extended part-time special education services of Wanda Creed
through the 2020-2021 school year.
• In regards to COVID-19 and recent storms, the Board approved a resolution declaring
emergencies affecting public health, safety and convenience to allow execution of
contracts necessary to address each of these respective emergencies without public
• The Board approved the Lathan Associates Architects to provide architectural services for
the repairs of damages caused by recent storms.
Superintendent Wilson shared preparations are being made for graduation and Baccalaureate
services for seniors. We will resume distribution of instructional material and meals on Monday,
May 4 th . We will complete the school year by May 22 nd as scheduled.
The next regular meeting of the Board of Education is May 28, 2020.


The Coosa County Board of Education met today by teleconference via Google Meet, with members of the public allowed to listen in, under the authority granted by Governor Ivey in Section III of her emergency Proclamation of March 18, 2020. A quorum was present. The Board of Education heard from David Lane, Alabama Department of Examiners of Public Accounts, on the audit of the last fiscal year. The Board of Education also deliberated and passed on 3-0 votes motions to accomplish the following essential minimum functions for the school district, all on the recommendation of the Superintendent:


                  The Board of Education accepted one retirement and two resignations. The Board non- renewed four certified employees and one non-certified employee.


                  The Board approved a contract with Jarrod Bullard for lawn care beginning April 1 and ending December 31, 2020.


                  The Board approved the purchase of two UPS battery backups for the school networks.


                  The Board reviewed the financial reports/cash bonus reports/reconciliations for March 2020 and the March 2020 bills to be paid, approving both.


Superintendent Wilson reported that the district will be losing 5 teaching units in State funding next year and on the significant storm damage sustained at Board facilities last Sunday.


The next regular meeting of the Board of Education is May 28, 2020.

Coosa County Board of Education
Board Members
Randall Hardman, District I


Randall Hardman, District I

  • Born in Coosa County
  • Graduated from Goodwater High School
  • 2 yrs Jefferson State @ B'ham
  • 2 yrs UAB
  • 3 children
  • Married to Linda Hardman 22 yrs
  • Member of Alex City Methodist Church
  • Member of Kellyton Vol. Fire Dept 12 yrs
  • Coosa County Board member
  • 32 degree Mason
Tiffany McCain, District II


Tiffany McCain, District II

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.

David Tuck, District III


David Tuck, District III

Mr. Tuck has been a member of the Coosa County Board of Education since 1996.  He holds a Master Level School Board Member certificate with the Alabama Association of School Boards.  Before retiring, he was with Law Enforcement/Corrections.  Mr. Tuck attended Central Alabama Community College with an Associate degree of Applied Science (AAS).  He received a B.A.

degree from Alabama A & M, and a Masters in Justice and Public Safety from Auburn University at Montgomery.  He received a Legal Assistant Certification (technician) from Auburn University at Montgomery.  

Mr. Tuck has been married to his wife Hilda for 35 years and they have two children, Kioka and Chauncey.  He is retired from the State of Alabama, Department of Corrections with 31 years as Classification Specialist. 

Donna McVey, District IV, Chairperson


Donna McVey, District IV, Chairperson

Mrs. McVey is a 1985 graduate of Coosa County High School.  She received an Associates degree in Business in 1989 and an Associates degree in Nursing in 1991.  
Mrs. McVey has been married to her husband Donnie for 22 years.  They have six children ages 11 to 28 who have all attended or still attend Central Coosa County Schools.  

Mrs. McVey’s vision for our school system is …EVERY STUDENT HAS POTENTIAL TO DO ANYTHING THEY DESIRE, with the collaboration of faculty, students, parents, and the Board of Education.

Gay Adams, District V, Vice Chairman


Gay Adams, District V, Vice Chairman

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. 

Andi Wilson, Superintendent Of Education


Andi Wilson, Superintendent Of Education

Mrs. Wilson is a 1985 graduate of Goodwater High School.  She attended Alexander City State Junior College where she received her Associates of Science Degree.  She transferred to Auburn University at Montgomery where she received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Elementary Education.  She began her teaching career at Kellyton Elementary where she taught third grade for five years.  It was during this time she began working on and completing her Masters degree from AUM.  She transferred to Rockford Elementary where she taught Title I classes, third grade and became reading coach during the last two years the school was open.  When Central Elementary opened, she was one of the reading coaches until 2011 when she was named Federal Programs and Testing Coordinator for the Coosa County School System.  A year later, she additionally took on the role of Special Education Coordinator.  Mrs. Wilson received her Educational Specialist Degree in Elementary Education and Education Leadership Certification while at Central Elementary.  She and her husband Phillip, have two children, Lauren a 2004 and Levi, a 2010 Central High graduate.  She has two grandchildren, Wilson and Harper.