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January Employee of the Month


Maddox Intermediate School is proud to present the January 2019 Employee of the Month- Mr. Patrick Hannah. Mr. Hannah is our technology teacher, Project Lead The Way instructor, 6th Grade Tech Team director, sponsors First Priority, and helps lead our 21st Century Program. Mr. Hannah is a staple to Maddox Intermediate, and we are forever grateful for his continual hard work. Mr. Hannah was nominated by his coworkers, and gets treated to lunch with Mr. Sargent! 


MIS:?Where did you go grow up, and where did you go to high school? 

Walker High School which is now Jasper High School.

MIS:?Where did you go to college, and what did you get your degree in??

Athens State University BS in Physical Education. Jacksonville State University with a MS in Physical Education.   

MIS:?Tell us a little about your teaching experience.? 

I was a volunteer football coach at Cullman Christian School for 4 years.  Then I started working in Jasper City Schools as a PE Aide at West Jasper for 5 years.  Then I came to Maddox Intermediate where for the past 2 years I have been the STEM Technology Teacher. 

MIS:?Tell us a little about your family.?

My wife’s name is Brandi she teaches at Memorial Park Elementary School.  We have five kids- Ian is in 8th Grade, Luke is in 7th, Zeke is in 4th, Titus is in 2nd, and Madi James is 19 months old. 

MIS:?What are your hobbies??

I am a big sports fan!  Auburn Tigers baby!  War Eagle!  I am also a Super Hero fan! 

MIS:?Tell me something about yourself that someone might not know. 

Some people may not know about me is that I am Pastor.  I am the Associate Pastor/Youth Pastor of Crossway Baptist Church in Parrish.   ? 

MIS:?What is your favorite part about teaching? 

I love being around students when they figure things out.  I love seeing them use problem solving skills to figure things out.  I love being around them in those situations so I can give them a high five, fist pump, a hug, and just be there to encourage them on to their next task.  I believe that is what we are called to do as teachers.? 



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