Honoring Ms. Tenesha Armer Principal at Midfield High School for National School Leaders Month
In continuation of National School Leaders Month, we would like to recognize our High school Principal Ms. Tenesha Rene Armer, a native of Bessemer, AL. She is the proud mother of Daniya Rene Barber. She received her elementary educational foundation from Bessemer City Schools and at the age of 12 moved to Midfield City School System. She takes pride in being a graduate of Midfield High School and is even more fortunate to return to the community to serve her Alma Mater. Ms. Armer’s post-secondary educational journey began at Talladega College, where she received her undergraduate degree in Secondary English Education. While attending Talladega College, she was initiated as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. She began her educational career at Rutledge Middle School, where she taught 6th and 8th grade English. Ms. Armer went on to further her education at Jacksonville State University, where she received a Masters and Educational Specialist degree in Secondary English Education. After eleven years of teaching, she decided to obtain another Masters degree in Educational Leadership. Throughout her tenure in education, Ms. Armer has served in several capacities ranging from the department chair, English teacher, School Improvement Team, cheer and dance sponsor, drama teacher, 21st Century Director and many more. Ms. Armer currently serves as the Principal at Midfield High School. Her motto is, “Students don’t really care about how much you know, until they know how much you care.”
Thank you, Ms. Armer, for being an awesome leader!