Dr. Jeff Bell
Jeff Bell is originally from the Knoxville, Tennessee area. He graduated from high school in 1978 and entered the Air Force in 1979. He served for 21 years and retired in 2000. During his 21 year career, he completed several overseas tours of duty in Korea, England, Oman, and the Philippines as well as stateside tours in Nevada, Florida, North Carolina, and Georgia.
After retiring from the Air Force, he worked in the private sector for a year as a Human Resources Specialist. Entering public education in 2001, he began his teaching career as a special education teacher at Byron Middle School. He taught at Byron Middle until moving to Peach County High School in 2005. At Peach County High School, he began working in the social studies department teaching World Geography in the 9th Grade Academy.
He has coached a variety of middle school and varsity sports in Peach County schools. In 2005, he was a member of the football staff that won Peach County’s first ever state championship. He was also the girl’s varsity soccer coach from 2003 through 2008.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Troy State University, a Masters of Art degree in Secondary Education from the University of Phoenix and a Specialist in Education degree from Capella University. He received his Ph.D in Leadership in Educational Administration from Capella University during the Summer of 2011.
He is married and has two children, Victoria and Nic.
Mr. Vosalowe Cammack
Vosalowe Cammack is originally from Birmingham, Alabama. He taught for four years in Birmingham before coming to Peach County High where he he taught Social Sciences for six years. He is happy to serve as Byron Middle School's Assistant Principal.
He is married and has one son and two daughters.