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Carroll County Schools Announce New Administrators

Mar 30 2017

Mr. Wesley Miller was named Assistant Principal of Mt. Zion Middle School and Mr. Brent Vohun was named Assistant Principal of Sharp Creek Elementary School at the Carroll County Board of Education called board meeting on March 30, 2017. 

Mr. Wesley Miller began his career in education with Douglas County School District in 2011.  Mr. Miller was hired at Villa Rica High School as a Language Arts Teacher in 2014 and was recognized as STAR Teacher in 2016.  

Mr. Miller’s educational credentials include his bachelor’s degree in English from University of Montevallo, his master's degree in Education from California State Polytechnic University, and his specialist degree in Educational Leadership from University of West Georgia. Mr. Miller has also participated in the Aspiring Leader Program through Carroll County Schools and GLISI.

Mr. Miller stated, “From the first moments that I sat down with the administration, faculty, staff, and parents at Mt. Zion Middle School, I knew that anyone would be lucky to work in such a dedicated environment where people treat each other like family.  As such, I am both excited and honored to serve as the Assistant Principal.  Go Eagles!”

​”Mt. Zion Middle School and the Mt. Zion Community are very excited to welcome Mr. Wesley Miller to our Eagle family.  He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge. ​He will be a great addition to our cluster.” Ms. Robison, Principal of Mt. Zion Middle stated.

Mr. Brent Vohun began his career in education with the Paulding County School System in 2000.  Mr. Vohun has served as a Social Studies teacher and football coach in both Paulding and Haralson County High Schools. He currently teaches at Haralson County Middle School.

Mr. Vohun’s educational credentials include his bachelor’s and master's degrees in Education from Jacksonville State University with Certification in Educational Leadership.

Mr. Vohun stated, "I feel truly blessed to be a part of Carroll County Schools and the Temple community.  I am looking forward to adding to the positive culture of Sharp Creek Elementary.  I truly love Temple and look forward to becoming more involved in the Temple community.  I would like to thank Mr. Cowart and the Carroll County Board of Education for this opportunity.”  

”Mr. Vohun is truly passionate about the academic, behavioral, and social growth of students.  He is positive, enthusiastic, and energetic.  I am excited to have him join the leadership team at Sharp Creek,” Ms. Shelly Hester, Principal of Sharp Creek Elementary, stated.

Superintendent Scott Cowart stated, “Both of these new administrators have excellent leadership skills and a strong commitment to providing a premier learning experience for our students.  They are great additions for our school system.”





               Mr. Wesley Miller                                                              Mr. Brent Vohun