Dedicated To Excellence In Education
Mr. Michael Johnson, District 1
Michael Johnson has lived in Bay Minette since he was seven years old. He is a 1974 graduate of Baldwin County High School. Mr. Johnson graduated from the University of Mobile with a B.S. degree in Music Education and from the School of Pharmacy at Auburn University. He retired from the University of South Alabama Children and Women’s hospital as a NICU pharmacist.
Mr. Johnson is married to Linda Johnson and they reside in the Gateswood community. The Johnson’s are members of Bay Minette First Methodist Church.
Mr. Johnson is dedicated to working hard to make sure our Baldwin County students receive the same high quality education he and his family received.Term: 2018-2024Mr. Johnson serves the following schools:
Mrs. Andrea Lindsey, District 2, President
Mr. Tony Myrick, District 3
Mrs. Rondi Kirby, District 4
Mrs. Kirby was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. After college, she and her husband, Ken, relocated to Birmingham, Alabama. They moved to Foley in Baldwin County in 2014.
They have three children who have been involved in the Foley community throughout their time here: Audrey is a culinary school student, Madison is a graduate of Central Christian School, and Stephen currently attends Central Christian. Mrs. Kirby and her family attend Crosspoint Baptist Church in Foley, where she serves as one of the children’s teachers. She currently holds a contracted teaching position with a public charter school in Florida.
Mrs. Kirby has been in education for over twenty years, both in the public and private sectors. That experience has provided her with a well-rounded perspective concerning educational practices. She believes all children are unique, and therefore the goal for both educators and parents is to identify the methods that unlock the learning potential for each individual child in Baldwin County schools.
Mrs. Kirby serves the following schools:
Mr. Jason Woerner, District 5
Mr. Jason Woerner
District 5Phone: 251-232-0038
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Jason is a life long resident of Elberta, attending Elberta schools himself, and ultimately graduating from Foley High School in 1995. Following high school, Jason attended Auburn University, graduating in 1999 with a B.S. in Agriculture Economics.After graduating from Auburn, Jason returned to Elberta to pursue a career in agriculture. Jason and his wife, Kristen, have three boys, who all currently attend Elberta schools. Jason is an active member of his community serving as a deacon at The Point Church in Elberta, volunteering with the Elberta Youth Sports Association, and within the schools as opportunities arise.Serving as the representative for District 5 is an honor and privilege. Jason looks forward to working closely with those in his district, as well as the fellow school board representatives to continue the tradition of excellence that has already been established in Baldwin County schools.
Serving the following schools:
Mr. Cecil Christenberry, District 6
Mr. Cecil ChristenberryDistrict 6
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Cecil grew up in Chickasaw, Alabama, the youngest of three siblings, with very loving parents and a wonderful, close-knit community that cared about all children Cecil graduated from Auburn with a degree in Agricultural Science in 1975 and married his high school sweetheart, Linda, the next year, just after she completed her Early Childhood Education degree from Auburn.
Cecil, Linda and two young daughters, Amanda and Abbey moved to Fairhope in 1984, with their third daughter, Alison, born just three weeks before the opening of their family owned, small business, Old Tyme Feed & Garden Supply. All three daughters attended Fairhope schools from kindergarten through graduation. Amanda currently teaches for the Baldwin County School Board. Two grandsons continue the tradition of attending Fairhope Schools.
The Christenberrys are members of Fairhope United Methodist Church where Cecil has taught an adult Sunday school class since 2000. He also serves as a Certified Lay Minister and recently received a Graduate Certificate in Biblical Studies from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary with the wonderful help from all “his girls”.
Serving District 6, the Fairhope Feeder Pattern, is an honor and privilege. Cecil believes in very open communication and looks forward to the opportunity to earn the trust and respect of everyone in the district as well as the other board members and the administration of Baldwin County Public Schools.
Mr. Christenberry serves the following schools:
Mrs. April Bradley, District 7
Mrs. Bradley is originally from Birmingham, Alabama, and is a 1992 graduate of Pleasant Grove High School. After high school, she attended Auburn University and earned a bachelor’s degree in 1997 in International Trade, Spanish.
Shortly after graduating from Auburn, she began working as an export distributor. While maintaining a full-time career in export sales, April also created a children’s foreign language learning program that was offered at various locations in Baldwin County as well as in Mobile, Montgomery, Auburn, and Birmingham.
Mrs. Bradley has served in various volunteer roles within the community, including being the former President of the Spanish Fort Education Enrichment Foundation, Vice-President of the Spanish Fort Public School Commission, and various PTA roles.
April, her husband, Kris, and their two children are members of St. James Episcopal Church in Fairhope where they serve or have served as Vestry members, Welcome Ministry, Alter Guild, Sunday school teaching, and being acolytes. The opportunity to serve as District 7 Representative is an honor and privilege that April does not take lightly. She understands the importance of fulfilling her duties as a board member and working with her fellow board members, our Superintendent, and our schools to continue offering the top-notch education that Baldwin County Students continue to be offered year after year.