Earlier this week it was announced that Chattooga High School Principal Jeff Martin would be leaving his position and going to the school district’s central office as Title I Director for the school system. Pending Board of Education approval, current Assistant Principal Emily Moseley Mobbs has been selected to take Mr. Martin’s position. Ms. Mobbs said, “It is an honor and privilege to be asked to serve in the capacity of principal at my alma mater. Chattooga High School is an amazing place and I’m excited for this opportunity. I look forward to a continued tradition of Tribe Pride.”
Mobbs has been in education for the past eighteen years and has been working in Chattooga County for the past seven years. She was the CTAE Director for six of those seven years. Her husband is Brent Mobbs and teaches PE at Lyerly Elementary School. The Mobbs have two children, Brody and Emily and they live in Lyerly.
Ms. Mobbs graduated from Chattooga High School in 1998 and was the Indian Mascot as well as a cheerleader and participated in tennis and high school rodeo.
Mobbs said, “I am an Indian through and through” and says that she is excited about taking the position of principal at the high school.
Acting School Superintendent Jared Hosmer said that Ms. Mobbs would take over as principal at Chattooga High School on July 1st, if approved by the Chattooga County Board of Education.
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