Athens City School Board Names New Superintendent
William "Trey" Holladay
ATHENS, Ala. (WHNT) – The Athens City School Board has named William “Trey” Holladay as the system’s new superintendent.
Holladay come to Athens from Oxford High School in Oxford, AL, where he served as principal.
Holladay’s contract calls for an annual salary of $126,000, plus a vehicle allowance and health insurance. Holladay takes over this summer following the retirement June 30 of Norman Bridges, who has served as Superintendent of Athens City Schools for the past 10 years and has 41 years of service in education.
-University of Alabama – 2008
Certified – Alabama Superintendents Academy
-University of Alabama – Birmingham – 1999 – 2000
Post – Graduate / Educational Leadership
-University of West Alabama – 1993 – 1995
Master of Education / Administration and Phys. Education
-University of Montevallo- 1988 – 1989
Traffic Safety Certificate
-Athens State College - 1985 – 1987
Bachelor of Science – Education
-Wallace Community College – 1984 – 1985
Associates of Education
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