Meet the Principal

Mrs. Susan Remick
Adamsville Elementary

Principal's Bio

Principal's Corner

Welcome to Adamsville Elementary School

Welcome to Adamsville Elementary School.  I am excited to be your Principal this 2016-2017 school year. This is my third year at Adamsville Elementary (AES).  Prior to coming to AES, I was the Assistant Principal at Chalkville Elementary School, the Administrative Director at Mitchell's Place, the Preschool Special Education Director for Mountain Brook City Schools and a special education teacher in the Mountain Brook City Schools.   I have been in education for the past 20 years.  I am also a mother and a wife.  I have an 18 year old son and 12 year old twin step-daughters.   


Maya Angelou: When you get, you give.  When you learn, you teach.

Benjamin Franklin: Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.


Education, Certifications, Awards

Adamsville Elementary School- Jefferson County, Al.

Principal 2014-Current

Chalkville Elementary School- Jefferson County, Al.

Assistant Principal 2012-2014

Special Education Teacher 2009-2012

Cherokee Bend Elementary – Mountain Brook, Al. 

Special Education Teacher 2006-2009

Mitchell’s Place- Irondale Al. 

Administrative Director 2004-2006

Mountain Brook Schools- Mountain Brook, Al. 1993-2004

Special Education Preschool Director, Special Education Preschool Teacher, K-3 Special Education Teacher



National Board of Professional Teaching Standards –

November 2009


Administrative Certification

University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2008


Master’s Degree in ECEH

University of Alabama, 1994


Bachelor of Arts in ECEH


University of Alabama, 1992


Teacher of the Year- Chalkville Elementary School, 2011


“Recognized by peers and administration as an outstanding teacher”


2nd Mile Teacher, 2010


“Recognized by peers as a teacher that goes the extra mile to help students, parents and peers at Chalkville Elementary School”


Margaret Spencer Ragland Award, 2008


“Recognizing meritorious contributions above and beyond the call of duty to benefit the life of students”

Key Maker Award from Learning Disability Association, 1998

“Recognize ongoing effort, dedication and ingenuity in meeting the needs of children with learning disabilities.”


Mountain Brook Performance Award, 1996

“Recognizing outstanding teachers in the Mountain Brook School System”


Most Outstanding Student Award in Graduate School Program, 1994


Most Outstanding Student Award in Undergraduate Program, 1992