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GMS welcomes two new coaches/educators

Greensboro Middle School will welcome a new educator to its staff with Coach James Kendall Davis.

A graduate of Catawba University in Salisbury, North Carolina, Davis is currently completing his M.B.A. at the University of North Alabama. Davis is a former scholar-athlete for Catawba University and University of North Alabama, where he played as quarterback for both schools.

Coach Davis will be teaching 7th grade Science and will act as assistant coach for both football and track at GMS.

GMS will also have Coach Walter Jones, Jr., joining the Raiders staff this fall. A former scholar-athlete, Jones played basketball at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, as well as Alabama A&M University. At Alabama A&M Jones earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Management. Jones also serves as President and CEO of Herb Jones Enterprises, LLC.

At GMS Coach Jones will be teaching 7th grade Civics and Geography. He will also act as assistant coach for both middle and high school-level basketball and football.

GMS welcomed Coach Davis and Coach Jones with his very own signing day at the school, where both posed at a table and backdrop, decorated with the school’s crest.

In addition to this news, Greensboro Middle School Principal Anthony “Tony” Sanders celebrated a birthday on Wednesday, August 10.