Curriculum and Instruction

Paula Ginn is the Coordinator of Federal Programs, Curriculum and Instruction, Adult Education, Parent Community Involvement, Teacher Development and Charter School Liaison for the Madison County School District.  She is an alumnus of Madison County High School and graduated from Florida State University in 1989 with a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education.  In 1997,  Mrs. Ginn earned her Master's of Education in Administration of Adult Education.  She continued her education by earning certification in Educational Leadership in 2005.


Mrs. Ginn began her teaching career at Madison Primary School in 1990 where she was employed until she became the Math and Science Curriculum Resource Specialist at Madison County Central School in 2000.  She served in this capacity for five years before becoming the Curriculum Coordinator at Madison County Central School in 2003.  Mrs. Ginn served as Assistant Principal of Curriculum at the same school from 2005-2009.  Over the next few years, she has served in the roles of Coordinator of Adult Education and Transition to Teaching at the Madison County School District; Coordinator of Assessment and Accountability, School Improvement and Race to the Top; and Coordinator of Curriculum, and Instruction.


Ginn is married to Tim, who is the Facilities Coordinator for the District School Board of Madison County.  She has three children:  Connor, Carlie and Caleb.  Connor is a 2013 graduate of Madison County High School.  Currently, Carlie is a 2016 graduate of Madison County High School, and Caleb is in the eighth grade at Madison County Central School.