February Teacher of the Month


Our Teacher of the Month for February is Mr. Patrick Hannah. Mr. Hannah is our Technology Teacher here at Maddox Intermediate School. Mr. Hannah leads our MIS 1st Priority, Technology Club, Project Lead the Way Director, and is the site coordinator for the 21st Century After School Program. Mr. Hannah is fully dedicated to helping his students reach their fullest potentials. Mr. Hannah is a blessing and true asset to Maddox, and we are beyond thankful to have him with us. We appreciate Mr. Hannah and all of his hard work! Congratulations!!! 


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

Walker High School which is now Jasper High School. Go Vikes!

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

Bachelor's degree in Physical Education from Athens State. Master’s in Physical Education from Jacksonville State University. Project Lead the Way Certification from Auburn University.

MIS: Tell us a little about your teaching experience.

Started out as an Aide in PE at West Jasper then had the opportunity to transition into a Project Lead The Way/Technology classroom at Maddox and have been very blessed with awesome students and having the time of my life at Maddox.

MIS: Tell us a little about your family.

Married to Brandi who teaches at Jasper Junior High/High School have 5 kids. Ian who is in 9th Grade, Luke who is in 8th Grade, Zeke in 5th Grade, Titus in 3rd Grade, and Madi James she is 2 years old and is the boss of the house!

MIS: What are your hobbies?

I am a big sports fan. War Eagle!

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

I have just transitioned to a Senior Pastor Position at Barton Chapel Baptist Church in Cordova off of River Road.

MIS: What is your favorite part about teaching?

Relationships. To me if you want to be a successful teacher you have to work hard in showing the students that you are there for them and not just there to collect a paycheck. When you break the walls down and invest in your students and see growth in them it makes coming to work every day special.

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