2018 Election

Lewis Brooks

Office: Shelby County Superintendent

Lewis Brooks

Party: Republican

Age: 52

Residence: Pelham

Political experience: None.

 Professional experience: Assistant superintendent of administration, Shelby County Schools, 2012-present; Shelby County Schools middle school coordinator, 2009-2012; Talladega County Schools elementary coordinator, 2005-2009; Thompson Middle School principal, 2003-2005; Pelham High School assistant principal, 2001-2003; Thompson Middle School assistant principal, 1999-2001; Vincent Middle/High School teacher and coach, 1991-1999; Bessemer Alternative School teacher, 1990-1991.

 Education: Doctor of Education, Samford University, 2010; educational specialist, University of Montevallo, 2003; Master of Education, University of Montevallo, 1999; Bachelor of Education, University of Montevallo, 1988; Superintendent’s Academy, 2011.

 Civic experience: University of Montevallo National Alumni Board, 2013-present; Leadership Shelby County, 2011; King’s Home board of directors, 2009-2012; Developing Alabama Youth board of directors, 2004-present.

 Main issues: “With teaching and learning being our primary purpose, I am committed to educational innovation as the cornerstone to my platform. We will search for and/or provide more innovative instructional tools, training and opportunities for students. There will be a renewed focus on more 21st century learning opportunities for students. I also plan to engage families and communities with student, parent and teacher advisory committees that act as consultants to me as the leader. Safety and discipline, of course, will be critical to making Shelby County Schools the best learning environment for all.”

Top Contributors: Terry Roller, $1,000; Sandra Tincher, $1,000; Neil Bailey, $1,000; Larry Lemak, $1,000;William Swinney, $1,000; Kane Steel and Iron, LLC, $1,000; Panoptic Catering, $900 (in-kind); Lewis Brooks, $548.27 (loan); Neil Walker, $500; Charlie Waldrep, $500; Waldrep, Stewart and Kendrick, LLC, $500; David Calhoun, $500; Schoolhouse Supplies, $500; Kari Bartlett, $500; Tracey Swinney, $500; Jack Hollis, $500; Shauna Patterson, $500; Vic Smith, $500; Richard Crumpton, $500; Robert Baker, $500; Steven Brooks; $500.

Campaign: drlewisbrooks.com