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McCall, a Greeneville High School graduate, has spent all 14 years of his career in Greeneville City Schools as an elementary teacher and football coach. He comes to Greeneville Middle School with a passion for upholding the high standards of Greeneville City Schools by building on the strong relationships with the students, staff, and community.
McCall spent last year as a 2nd grade teacher and testing coordinator with the new Tennessee Online Public School (TOPS) after 13 years at Eastview Elementary School in both 5th and 2nd grade. He was an assistant varsity coach and Junior Varsity head coach at Greeneville High School and spent last season as the offensive coordinator for Greeneville Middle School.
McCall earned his bachelor’s degree from Mars Hill University and his master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Arkansas State University. He is currently finishing his master's degree in Educational Leadership from Austin Peay State University as part of the State Department of Education’s Aspiring Assistant Principal Network (AAPN) program.
“Being selected as the assistant principal of Greeneville Middle School means more than I can say,” McCall said. “I walked those hallways as a student and know just how special the middle school is to our community. Greeneville Middle School is the foundation of the Greene Devil Standard, and I am honored to build on that tradition as we move forward in all areas of excellence.”
Greeneville Middle School has announced the addition of Nancy Philbeck to the administrative team as an assistant principal.
Mrs. Philbeck will fill a new position and serve alongside Andy McCall, who is already an assistant principal at GMS.
Philbeck has served as an educator in Greeneville City Schools for 24 years, demonstrating a passion for student success, support for others through various leadership roles, and a commitment to excellence.