Mrs. Jammie Caine, originally a Stephens County Indian, graduated from Piedmont College in 2008 with her Bachelor's Degree in Broad Field Social Science. While working as a Graduate Assistant in the School of Secondary Education at Piedmont, she completed her Masters of Arts in Teaching with a concentration in History. Immediately after graduating with her Masters, she was hired at Habersham County Ninth Grade Academy. Mrs. Caine worked at North Habersham Middle School teaching 6th and 7th Grade Social Studies for over 6 years before moving with her family to Lumpkin County. Currently, she is serving as the Social Studies Department Chair and teaching 8th Grade Georgia Studies at Lumpkin County Middle School.
Mr. Adams graduated from the University of North Georgia in 2016, and he has worked at Lumpkin County Middle School since that time. He enjoys coaching football, hiking/kayaking, and enjoys adding to his expanding collection of historical items. He enjoys living and working in Dahlonega, and he is very thankful for the family atmosphere that has been established within the school system. GO INDIANS!
Daniel is a graduate of Lumpkin County High School in 2014. He then went on to further his academic and baseball careers at the University of North Georgia. He earned a Bachelor of Science as well as a Masters of Science at UNG. He is in his 3rd year of teaching at LCMS.
Zack Stroud, originally from Hiawassee, Georgia. Graduated from The University of North Georgia in 2018 and has been a part of Lumpkin County School System for 4 years. He enjoys the small town feel of Dahlonega and the outdoor environment that the area has to offer. Currently, Zack is teaching 8th grade Georgia History and is an assistant coach for the football team.
Mrs. Dickinson has taught middle school for 21 years. Nineteen of these years have been at Lumpkin County Middle School. She throughly enjoys going on road trips with her husband and spending time with her grandson.
William Mayfield was born and raised in Lumpkin County. He is a graduate of the Lumpkin County School System. Coach Mayfield served for 13 years in the military and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2019. He coaches Middle School football and the the High School's Head Track Coach.
John Dye is a native of Huntsville, Alabama and a graduate of Madison County High School in Gurley, AL. Coach Dye attended and played football at Southern Arkansas University and the University of North Alabama before graduating with his bachelor's degree in General Education from Athens State University in Athens, Alabama. Today, Coach Dye serves as a 7th grade Social Studies teacher and a varsity football assistant coach.
Grady Flanagan grew up in Winder, GA where he lettered in two sports (Football and Soccer) and was recognized by teachers and coaches for his leadership qualities and academic abilities. Seeking a great start to his adult life, Grady joined the United States Air Force and served honorably for 6 years, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant before leaving the Air Force in 2010 to pursue his dream of teaching. He holds a Bachelor's degree in History from American Military University, a Master's in the Art of Teaching From Piedmont College, and an Educational Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Lincoln Memorial University. An avid sports fan, Coach Flanagan has been involved in sports since he was 4 years old. He loves coaching and he loves to learn new things.
Originally from Jefferson, Georgia, Mr. Glenn is a retired police officer with over thirty years’ experience. He graduated from Brenau University with a degree in Criminal Justice and Public Administration, North Georgia College with a degree in Education, Piedmont College with a Master of Arts and an Educational Specialist. Mr. Glenn has taught and coached wrestling and football for the past seven years, currently he and his wife own and operate a restaurant, Riverside Tavern.