Assistant Superintendent

Leann Smith


Leann Smith

Dr. Leann Smith has served communities in a variety of different positions throughout her twenty-two-year tenure and commitment to the education and well being of our children. Her devotion to higher education is demonstrated through a series of successful promotions throughout her career. She has satisfied the demands as a teacher, a counselor, an assistant principal, a principal, the central office director and currently as an assistant superintendent.

In June of 2018, Dr. Leann Smith received her latest promotion and currently serves as an assistant superintendent for the Conecuh County Schools in Evergreen Alabama. She was previously engaged in communities such as Trussville City Schools, Lamar County Schools, and Cullman County Schools.

Dr. Leann Smith received her paralegal degree from Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Athens State University in Athens, Alabama, and she continued her education when she earned her Masters Degree, Educational Specialist Degree and a Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Alabama.

After graduation, Dr. Smith worked for an attorney. The attorney was an advocate for children. After spending time in this position, she was inspired to go into education. She wanted to be a positive part of these children’s lives. She wanted to teach and make a difference in their lives.



According to recent reports, the budget for the Department of Education for 2018 was set at almost $171 billion.
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