• 79°

Lynne Hyche named top staff member at James Clemens

MADISON – The faculty, staff and administrators at James Clemens High School have selected Lynne Hyche as the 2020 Staff Member of the year.

On hearing about her honor, Hyche said she was both “surprised and pleased.” She works as a bookkeeper and receipts coordinator for James Clemens students.

“I started working at Bob Jones High School as an aide in 2012. In 2013, I moved to James Clemens as an aide,” Hyche said. “Later, I was offered a position as a second bookkeeper.”

Working as bookkeeper at James Clemens, Hyche said the job keeps her “super busy. I offer help here and there when possible.”

The behavior and attitude of students impress Hyche. “I see some very respectful, resourceful, talented, funny, creative teens in our school every year. They are truly amazing!” she said.

She is married to Randy Hyche, who works as Area Manager for EOC. “Lauren and my three grandkids live in Calera. My youngest daughter Kelsey lives in Lacey’s Spring,” Lynne said.

When time in her schedule will allow, she always takes advantage of an opportunity to travel, read, sew and scrapbook.

Dr. Brian Clayton is Principal at James Clemens. The assistant principals are Dr. Kerry Donaldson, Jennifer Flanagan, Allison Miller and Jason Watts.

Each year, schools in the Madison district select Teacher of the Year and Staff Member of the Year for exemplary service. The Central Office and Transportation Department also select a Staff Member of the Year. Winners are presented $500 and become eligible for districtwide honors announced at the beginning of the next school year.

Madison

Trash Pandas continue streak over Smokies

James Clemens High School

Jerry Zheng codes platform for Alabama Consortium for Technology in Education

Bob Jones High School

American Legion’s Memorial Day Ceremony set for May 31

Madison

Pitching, power lead Trash Pandas to 7-1 win

Madison

Colee, DeFazio and Howard honored as city employees of the year

James Clemens High School

Like to try a different sport? James Clemens Girls Lacrosse Team has openings

Madison

Rotary spearheads efforts in habitat for Monarch Butterfly Project

Madison

Heritage’s Chander, Nuzman, Gowder and Rajput shine at state science fair

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – May 12, 2021

Madison

Professional baseball returns to North Alabama, Trash Pandas fall 4-3 in home opener

Professional baseball returns to North Alabama, Trash Pandas fall 4-3 in home opener

Bob Jones High School

Joshua Lin, Nikhita Mudium named U.S. Presidential Scholars

Madison

Trash Pandas play home opener Tonight

Madison

Rocket City defeated 7-1 in Chattanooga

Business

Trash Pandas Underway

Harvest

Sergeant Major Bobby Lee completed several deployments to Middle East

Madison

Wild comeback leads Trash Pandas to first win

Madison

Emergency Water Outage – Highland Drive

Harvest

Moore performs in ‘Tinker Bell,’ works with models and Sparkman photographers

Madison

School board expected to vote on elementary rezoning plan tonight

Madison

Trash Pandas drop inaugural game 6-1 in Chattanooga

James Clemens High School

Chase Lynn’s work on Heritage Church campus secures his Eagle rank

Madison

Madison County Sheriff’s Office charges man for making school threats

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – May 5, 2021

Madison

New traffic signal at County Line Road and Old Highway 20 set for activation

x