Robertson Co. Schools Announce 4 More Key Leadership Appointments

Robertson Co. Schools Announce Four More New Key Leadership Appointments

Robertson Co. Schools Announce 4 More Key Leadership Appointments

ROBERTSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The Robertson County School District has announced four new key leadership appointments for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year, with Amy Shapton named as Principal of East Robertson Elementary School, Brittany Ford Beck as Assistant Principal at Coopertown Middle School, Amanda Fields as Principal of White House Heritage Elementary School and Dr. Hubbell King as the Assistant Principal for Jo Byrns High School.

We are pleased to announce the appointment of AMY SHAPTON to the position of PRINCIPAL at East Robertson Elementary School

Amy Shapton

Amy Shapton is originally from White House, TN and is a graduate of Tennessee Technological University with a major in Elementary Education. She began her teaching career in Putnam County and then moved to Robertson County Schools to teach at Heritage Elementary in 2009. Mrs. Shapton received her Master’s degree in Administration and Leadership from Bethel University in 2012. In January of 2020, she became the assistant principal at Heritage Elementary School where she has continued to serve for the past 4 years. Mrs. Shapton has been married to her husband, Jason, for 23 years and has two children, Wade (17) and Rebecca (11). She is looking forward to this new chapter in her career and is excited to become a part of the East Robertson community.



We are pleased to announce that BRITTANY FORD BECK will be joining the Administrative team at COOPERTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL as ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL.

Brittany Ford Beck

Brittany Ford Beck earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Western Kentucky University in English and Secondary Education. She also holds an Instructional Coaching Certification from Lipscomb University and most recently earned her Ed.S. in Leadership and Instruction from Arkansas State University. Brittany has been in education for twenty years. Throughout her career, she has served as a high school teacher for twelve years teaching in Edmonson and Warren County, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee. For the last eight years, she has served as an Instructional Coach and leader for Sumner County Schools.

Mrs. Beck’s tenure in education, thus far, has allowed her to develop a depth of knowledge with data analysis, and in curriculum and instructional practices. She comes to us with a varied skill set in intervention and behavior classroom management as well. She has a passion for doing what is best for students and supporting teachers. Brittany believes strongly in a shared vision and positive school culture that includes staff, students, and community stake holders. She is thrilled to begin this work at Coopertown Middle School.



We are pleased to announce that AMANDA FIELDS will be the PRINCIPAL of WHITE HOUSE HERITAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL for the upcoming school year.

Amanda Fields, a Robertson County native, is a graduate of Austin Peay State University with a major in English. She began teaching English at Greenbrier High School in January 2003. While at GHS, she earned her MS from Western Kentucky University in Library Media Education and her +30 in Educational Leadership from Austin Peay. Amanda continued her career as the Robertson County Graduation Coach.

Amanda then spent several years in Dickson County serving as the assistant principal at White Bluff Elementary School before returning to Robertson County to serve several years as the AP at Krisle Elementary School and then Springfield High School. She spent several years in higher education before returning to Dickson County Schools to serve as an assistant principal at Creek Wood High School.

Amanda is excited to return home to Robertson County to serve as principal of White House Heritage Elementary School. Go Patriots!

Congratulations Ms. Fields, we are looking forward to your leadership.



We are pleased to announce the appointment of DR. HUBBELL KING to the ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL position at JO BYRNS HIGH SCHOOL.

Dr. King is originally from Goodlettsville, TN and is a graduate of Weber State University with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and minor in middle school mathematics. She began her teaching career in Texas teaching 5th and 6th grade math before moving back to Sumner County teaching 8th grade math. In July of 2015, she received her Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Union University. Dr. King moved to Dickson County, where she served as an Assistant Principal at Charlotte Middle School and Dickson Middle School. She has also served as the Extended Behavior Services Coordinator in Clarksville-Montgomery County and a numeracy coach in Metro-Nashville Public Schools. In December of 2019, Dr. King earned her Doctorate Degree in Learning Organizations and Strategic Change from Lipscomb University.

Dr. King currently resides in Clarksville and has three children, Chase, Cheyenne, and Callie.

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