Mrs. Mary Frances Stewart, Principal
A.B. in Mathematics: Wesleyan College M.Ed. in Mathematics Education: Mercer University M.Ed. in Educational Leadership: Georgia College and State University
Mrs. Stewart came to Jones County High School in 1989, after teaching two years in private school. She taught Math, and served as the Department Chair until 2008. Mrs. Stewart also served as yearbook staff advisory until 2007. She served as the Instructional Coach in 2008-2009, and became Assistant Principal in 2010-2011.
Mrs. Stewart is married to Mr. Jeff Stewart, and they have three children; Whitney Green (JCHS Class of 2008), Ryan Stewart (JCHS Class of 2011), and Macy Stewart (Class of 2020). Mrs. Stewart has one granddaughter, Presley Taylor.
Dr. Jeremy A. Dockery, Assistant Principal
Ninth Grade Campus
B.S. in Biology: Columbus State University
M.Ed. in Secondary Education: Georgia College & State University
Ph.D. in Educational Leadership: Capella University
Dr. Dockery started teaching in 2001 and has taught high school science in Wilkinson and Baldwin Counties. He has worked in administrative positions since 2008 and has served as an Assistant Principal in Sumter County, Principal of Sumter County Schools/Georgia Southwestern Early College, and Assistant Principal/Curriculum Director in Baldwin County prior to joining Jones County Schools.
Dr. Dockery is married to Mrs. Anita Dockery who teaches math at Jones County High School. They have a daughter, Whitney, who attends Gray Station Middle School.
Dr. Dean Hintz, Assistant Principal
A native from southern Minnesota, Dr. Hintz has been an educator for 26 years. His background is in Career/Technology education. During his teaching years Dr. Hintz coached varsity football, middle school girls’ basketball and boys and girls varsity track coach.
In the summer of 1998 Dr. Hintz accepted a teaching and coaching position at Warner Robins High School in Warner Robins, Georgia. After spending three years in the classroom, Dr. Hintz was hired to serve as an assistant principal/Career Technology Education Supervisor at Warner Robins High School. At the end of his fourth year of serving at Warner Robins High school, he was asked to serve as an assistant principal at the Crossroads Center in Warner Robins. After leaving education in December of 2009 for a year and a half, Dr. Hintz accepted an offer to work at Jones County High School.
Dr. Hintz has been married for 30 years to his wife Heidi. They have three children: Mallorie and husband Matthew Mosley, Courtney and Taylor Hintz. He has a grandson, William Mosley and a granddaughter, Ava Marie Mosley.
Bachelor of Science in Education: Georgia Southern
Masters of Education in Instructional Technology: Georgia College & State University
Renee Kitchens has been an educator for 28 years having served in Hancock, Baldwin and Jones Counties. She began working in Jones County in 1999 as a media specialist after being a Social Studies teacher for 10 years. Currently, she serves the Title I Parent Involvement Coordinator as well as coordinators RTI, 504 and the student internship program.
She has been the club sponsor for the H.O.P.E. club since 2005. In 2011, she founded the Manifest Your Destiny mentor program. She is passionate about youth and has been in youth ministry for over 15 years. She is married to Tony Kitchens, a retired educator and lives in Milledgeville.
Mrs. Laura Rackley, Assistant Principal and CTAE Director
B.S.Ed. in Marketing Education: University of Georgia
M.Ed. in Business Education: Georgia Southern University
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership: Georgia College and State University
S. Ed. in Educational Leadership: Georgia College and State University
Dr. Tiffany Walker, Assistant Principal
Mrs. Tiffany (Alicia) Harris Walker is the daughter of retired educator, Cathryn T. Harris and the late Charles E. Harris. She is a native of Columbus, GA, and a graduate of Hardaway High School. She has earned degrees from the University of Georgia (B.S. in Marketing Education), Albany State University (Master of Education in Administration and Supervision), Troy State University (Education Specialist in Educational Leadership), and Mercer University (Ph.D. in P12 Educational Leadership).
Mrs. Walker started teaching in 1994, and has been in educational leadership positions since 2002 on the secondary and post-secondary levels as Assistant Principal, CTAE Supervisor, and Academic Dean. Presently, Mrs. Walker is a part of the leadership team at Jones County High School as an Assistant Principal.
Mrs. Walker is a 19-year veteran GHSA cheerleading official and the 2009 Georgia Athletic Officials Association "Official of the Year" for cheerleading. Mrs. Walker is also a booking agent for the Middle GA Cheerleading Officials Association. Additionally, she is a former certified novice judge for the Miss America Organization.
Mrs. Walker lives in Warner Robins, GA with her husband, Willie B. Walker III. The Walkers have two sons; Jaren and Justin.