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Principal William Tollett
Mr. Tollett has been in education for 27 years, all 27 at Eagleville School.  He has taught middle school science, environmental science, ecology, K-12 physical education and high school wellness during his tenure at Eagleville School.  He was also a coach for 5 years during that time.  Mr. Tollett was the assistant principal at Eagleville from 2004-2011 and he been the principal since 2011.
Mr. Tollett is originally from Dayton, Ohio and has earned a Bachelor's Degree from Tennessee Tech and a Master's Degree from Cumberland University.  
BrownAssistant Principal Jason Brown
Mr. Jason Brown has been in education for 14 years, the last 10 years at Eagleville School.  Prior to becoming an assistant principal, Mr. Brown taught high school Mathematics at LaVergne HS, Marshall County HS, and Eagleville School.
He is a graduate of Forrest High School and has earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education as well as a Master's Degree in Administration and Supervision from Trevecca Nazarene University.
Mr. Brown currently resides in Chapel Hill with his wife and two children. 
Beginning his sixth year as assistant principal of Eagleville School, Mr. Brown looks forward to working with the community of students, parents, and teachers to make this a successful and memorable year for the students of Eagleville School.
CowardAssistant Principal Wayne Coward
Dr. Coward is now in his 24th year as an educator.  While he has mostly taught Biology and Chemistry, he has also taught Bio-Tech, Physical Science and Environmental Science.
He is married to a wonderful woman and they have two lovely daughters together.  He enjoys spending time with his family, riding motorcycles, playing golf and just enjoying the outdoors. 
Dr. Coward attended Middle Tennessee State University on a 4-year music scholarship where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Biology as well as his Master's Degree and Ed.S. in Administration and Supervision.  He also received his Doctorate from Tennessee State University in Administration and Supervision.
Dr. Coward believes that all students can learn and want to learn.  Students learn in different ways and with parents and teachers working together, they will all be successful.  Success breeds success.  It is our job to challenge their minds, teach them to take responsibility for their own education, and encourage them to be life-long learners.