Bibb County school chief named National Superintendent of the Year.

Feb 18, 2019 by

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A West Point graduate, Dr. Curtis Jones Jr. came to Bibb in 2015 from Griffin-Spalding County Schools. Photo: Bibb County School District

Congratulations to Bibb County School District Superintendent Curtis L. Jones Jr. for being named the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year Thursday.

Jones helped revitalize Bibb after the tenure of Romain Dallemand, who pleaded guilty to tax evasion and whose administration was marred by allegations of corruption.

“I am thankful and humbled by this recognition. I also know that this selection is because of the great work that teachers, principals and students are doing in the classrooms every day,” said Jones in a statement. “It is because of the hard work that the senior cabinet and central office do to support school every day. And it is because of what parents and the community have done to support our efforts to increase reading proficiency, improve discipline, and make our schools safe, secure and fun places to be.”

A West Point graduate, Jones came to Bibb in 2015 from Griffin-Spalding, where he had worked for 18 years and led the district for six.

Here is a statement the Georgia Depatment of Education:

The American Association for School Administrators named Bibb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Curtis L. Jones Jr. the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year Thursday in Los Angeles.

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