University School of Jackson

Coach Bryce King named USJ Middle School Dean of Students

The University School of Jackson is pleased to announce the promotion of Coach Bryce King to the position of Middle School Dean of Students. In this new role, Coach King will be responsible for monitoring and enhancing the quality of student life in the Middle School including organizing student events, monitoring behavior, and supporting the development of Middle School students.

Coach King joined USJ in 2014 as a Middle School Algebra teacher. Through the years, he has assumed many new responsibilities within our school community, including Assistant Football Coach, Crisis Management Team Member, and ACT Math Prep Tutor.

Head of School Elect Don Roe shared, “Bryce has been a tremendous asset to our school through his tireless efforts in the classroom and on the field. He has always carried with him a "can do" attitude and a heart for helping students and colleagues alike. As he continues in those roles, I am honored he has accepted the additional responsibility of the Middle School Dean of Students. In this position, he will work with Mrs. Livingston and Mr. Hardegree to continue to improve the culture of our Middle School through coordinating student activities, assemblies, and discipline. Bryce knows the Middle School program, the students, and the faculty, and has a great relationship with the new leadership team.”

Bryce graduated from Lambuth University, Majoring in Mathematics with a Minor in Accounting. He later attained his Masters of Arts in Leadership Administration from Bethel University. Bryce now lives in Jackson with his wife Meg and son Bennett, who is a student in the Toddler program at USJ.

“I am excited about the increased positive impact Coach King will have on our school and look forward to how his work will benefit our USJ families. Please join me in welcoming Coach Bryce King to his new role,” says Roe.

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