Principal Tim Pedigo
Mr. Pedigo is a native of Warren County, TN, graduated from MTSU, with both a Bachelor's and Master's degree, and has been in education for over 14 years.  Mr. Pedigo taught Physics, AP Physics, Physical Science, and Principles of Technology before going into administration.  Mr. Pedigo was an assistant principal at Blackman High School for 4 years before moving to Eagleville.  
BrownAssistant Principal Jason Brown
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. 
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.
TallmanAssistant Principal Lacy Tallman

Mrs. Lacy Tallman, Assistant Principal of Eagleville, began her career in education at Christiana Elementary in 2007.  During her 13 year tenure at Christiana, Mrs. Tallman was a 4th Grade Teacher, Math Interventionist, and the Instructional Coach.  


Mrs. Tallman earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, a Master's degree in Library Science, and a pre-doctoral Education Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership.


She and her husband (Nate) have two sons (Garrison and Jeremiah).  Mrs. Tallman enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and watching Predators hockey.






TibbsAssistant Principal Christina Tibbs

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Christina Tibbs came to Eagleville School in 2014 as the Technology Coach.  She has served as not only the Technology Coach but an Instructional Coach, Graduation Coach and taught middle school science. 


Mrs. Tibbs earned her Bachelor's of Science degree from MTSU and her Master's in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University.  


She lives in Chapel Hill with her husband, Jeremiah and her two daughters, Madysson and Aubry.  Mrs. Tibbs loves to hike, read, and encourage students to reach their potential.