The Principal of Ohatchee High School has been named District Six High School Principal of the Year. Bobby Tittle has been in education for 19 years. Tittle first served as a band director before becoming the Assistant Principal at Talladega High School.
Principal Tittle is currently the President of the Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals as well as the Director on the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools. Many of his colleagues say that Tittle works hard every day to ensure that all students reach their highest potential.
This is Principal Tittle’s second consecutive year winning this awards and he says this wouldn’t be possible without the support from the School Board and his team. Tittle was interviewed by a selection committee in November along with the seven other Principals chosen from their districts. One overall winner will soon be named Alabama’s Principal of the Year.