Chris McCook earned a Bachelors
of Science in Education degree from Georgia Southern University and
a Masters/Specialist Degree in Ed. Leadership from Columbus State
University. He has spent the past eleven years working in the
classroom as well as working with the In School Suspension program
at HCHS. Also, during that time Mr. McCook worked with a variety of
athletic teams. He spent most of his time as a varsity football
coach and the head boy's soccer coach. He is married to Megan
McCook who is a teacher at Lake Joy Primary. They have two
children, Ansley and Jackson, who are very proud to be apart of the
You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can
teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the
learning process as long as he lives.
Shelley Holmes graduated from Benjamin
E. Mays High School in Atlanta, GA. She earned a Bachelor of Arts
degree in English from Vanderbilt University. She holds a Master of
Science degree in English from Jacksonville State University and
Education Specialist degree in Education Leadership from Columbus
State University. She has been teaching since 1999.
Her educational experience includes:
Teacher, Houston County Career & Technology Center (now the
Career Academy), 2000-2011 Teacher, Baldwin High
School, 1999-2000 Mrs. Holmes was selected Teacher of the Year for
HCCTC in 2003-04 and 2009-10.
She is married to Darryl Holmes. They
have two children, Traci and Darius. She enjoys watching sports,
reading, and travelling.
"If we don't stand up for children,
then we don't stand for much." Marion Wright Edelman
Denny Maddox was born and raised in
Warner Robins and is a graduate of Warner Robins High School
(1985). He has been an educator and coach for 21 years and
has been in Houston County School System for 20 years. He is
proud to return to his alma mater to serve as an Assistant
He is married to Tonya Maddox, also a Warner Robins High
graduate. They are proud parents of two children, Jake and
Heath Burch is a graduate of Dodge
County High School. He has earned a Bachelors of Science
degree in Education from Georgia Southern University, a
Masters in Education degree from Georgia College and State
University, and an Educational Specialist degree from Georgia
Southwestern University. In 2012, after 9 years of successful
teaching and coaching experience, Mr. Burch was selected to serve
as an administrator at WRHS.
He is married to Stephanie Burch.
They are the proud parents of three boys, Brody, Bryson, and
Mark Sams is a graduate of Warner
Robins High School. Mr. Sams earned a Bachelors of Science in
Education from Georgia College and State University, a Masters in
History Education from Piedmont College, and will complete his
Educational Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction in May of 2017
from Piedmont College. Mr. Sams began his career in 1998. His
teaching experience includes 6 years as a Language Arts and History
teacher at Feagin Mill Middle School and Warner Robins Middle
School. In addition, Mr. Sams served 12 years as Athletic Director
at Mossy Creek Middle School and Feagin Mill Middle School.
Mr. Sams is married to Aimee Sams and
they have two children, Shane and Allyson. Shane and Allyson are
also graduates of Warner Robins High School. Mr. Sams is proud to
return to Demon Country!