Wilson County Director of Schools Mike Davis named Darian Brown as the interim principal at Wilson Central High School on Tuesday.
Brown will complete the 2009-2010 school year in place of former principal, Travis Mayfield, who accepted an administrative position in Williamson County.
Brown began his career with Wilson County in fall 2004 and moved into the position of assistant principal at WCHS in 2008. He began his teaching career in 1996 in Muhlenberg County, Ky., and later taught in Macon County before coming to Wilson County.
Brown received a Bachelor of Science degree from College of the Ozarks, and a Master of Arts in Education from Cumberland University.
Davis has also appointed Selene Tinsley as interim assistant principal at Wilson Central, filling the position vacated by Brown.
Tinsley began her career with the Wilson County School System in 2001 as a teacher at the MAP Academy. She transferred to WCHS as an administrative teacher and graduation coach at the beginning of the 2008-2009 school year.
She has also served as a lab facilitator for on-line educational opportunities such as e4TN. Tinsley received both her Bachelor of Science and her Master of Arts degrees from Tennessee Technological University where she graduated with Honors.