Davis Named Principal of Madison Station Elementary
Madison County Schools is proud to announce that Mrs. Kara Davis will serve as the next principal of Madison Station Elementary School. Stepping into this role is a natural fit for Davis, who currently serves as an assistant principal at the school.
“Serving our community through Madison Station is one of my greatest joys,” says Davis, “Each day brings new opportunity for life, laughs, and love.”
Mrs. Davis begins her twentieth year in education this fall and has been with Madison County Schools for sixteen years, serving as a classroom teacher, literacy specialist, curriculum specialist, and assistant principal.
“Throughout her years in Madison County Schools, Mrs. Davis has sought opportunities to grow and develop as an outstanding leader,” says Madison County Schools Superintendent Charlotte Seals, “Her commitment to excellence, attention to detail, and creative mind will continue to be assets to our District and administrative team.”
Davis will be only the fifth principal to lead Madison Station, which has twice been named a National Blue Ribbon School during its 30-year history. The school has a distinguished track record of excellence in academics, arts integration, character development, and fitness and wellness.
“This new year will provide another opportunity to show our state that Madison Station is ‘Here to Stay,’ which is our school theme for 2022-2023,” says Davis, “Families can expect to see Madison Station continue to lead the state in student proficiency and student growth. We will work together to support each other and our community while sparking a love of learning in our children through exposure to the arts. We are better together, and it is an honor to link arms with each of our families to engage their children in rich daily programming.”
Davis and her husband Brady have two children, Whitney and Amelia. Mrs. Davis will assume responsibilities as principal effective July 1, 2022.