Tiffany James has dedicated 17 years to the Lawrence County School District, beginning in 2003 as a 3rd grade teacher at New Hebron. Since then, she has held many positions in the district, including Assistant Principal at LCHS, Special Education Director, and now in her current role as Principal at New Hebron Attendance Center.
Mrs. James grew up in Pinola and attended Simpson County schools where she realizes at an early age that literacy was the foundation of all academic success. Armed with the desire to make a difference in those around her, Mrs. James received her undergraduate degree from Jackson State University before pursuing her Masters Degree in Elementary Education from William Carey University. In addition to serving the students, parents, faculty, and staff at New Hebron Attendance Center, Mrs. James is also pursuing her Doctorate Degree.
In her free time, Mrs. James enjoys spending quality time with her family.