Amber Gailbreath Named Middle School Supervisor for Wilson County Schools

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Wilson County Schools announces that Amber Gailbreath has been named as Middle School Supervisor.

A native of Wilson County, Mrs. Gailbreath began her teaching career with the district at Mt. Juliet High School in 2007. She taught a variety of subjects while at MJHS over a span of seven years. In October of 2014 she accepted an administrative role at MJHS serving as an assistant principal for four years under the guidance of the late great Mr. Mel Brown.
Following her time at MJHS, she transitioned to Lebanon Special School District in 2018 and served in an administrative position at Walter J. Baird Middle School. After five years in that role, she’s returned to the district.

“I am so excited to come back to Wilson County Schools,” says Mrs. Gailbreath. “I am grateful for the opportunity to partner with and support such a strong team of excellent leaders. I am thrilled to serve our students and our community alongside them. I will consistently strive to empower them to use their amazing talents and skills to help both their students and staff reach their full potential so that Wilson County continues to be such a wonderful place.”

With substantial annual growth at the middle school level, Director of Schools, Jeff Luttrell is thrilled to see Mrs. Gailbreath take over the Middle School Supervisor position, and bring her wealth of valuable experience with her.

“She’s got what it takes to make sure this very important position provides the necessary supports for our middle school students, educators and administrators. We look forward to her being here and the leadership skills that she’ll bring each day in helping our middle school grade levels continue to succeed.”

Mrs. Gailbreath begins her supervisory duties on May 8th.


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