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Ms. Laurie McCaulley

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email:    lamccaulley@gmail.com


Laurie Bone McCaulley

Laurie Bone McCaulley is a native of the City of Huntsville, a product of Huntsville City Schools and a 1979 graduate of Johnson High School. She is a proud mother of four children. After her divorce, she faced the challenge of raising them on her own. All of her children received scholarships to their respective college or university. They have blessed her with six grandchildren.

She was first elected to the Huntsville City Board of Education as the school board member for District 1 in 2008, and was re-elected in 2012. As the result of the 2008 election, Laurie became the first African American woman ever elected to a municipal office in the City of Huntsville. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Religion), an Associate’s degree in Applied Science (Paralegal) and an Associate of Arts (Pastoral Ministry). Laurie was selected as an Alabama All- State School Board Member. It is the highest honor a local school board member can achieve. Also, she has achieved the status of Alabama Association of School Boards Master’s level board member for three consecutive years. Laurie is a small business owner.

Community Service/ Honors

Laurie has been selected by Alabama Association of School Boards to serve on the Superintendent/School Board Relations Task Force. The Alabama State Superintendent selected her to serve on a state committee to create a Model Code of Conduct for Boards of Education and the Madison County ADC awarded her the Perry O.Ward Community Service Award. Laurie has also had the honor of presenting to delegations from Rwanda, China, India, Bulgaria and other countries of Asia. Her extraordinary acts of outreach have been featured in Our Children Magazine: August/September 2005-“A PTA Good Idea: Selling PTA at the Convenience Store”, and in May 1999-“Educate and Celebrate”. Her strong advocacy for children exemplifies her willingness and passion to serve.

She has had the honor of being recognized nationally and statewide by several organizations and entities which include: a resolution from Alabama State Senate for Pioneer Women of Madison County, member of the Governor’s Congress on School Leadership, Distinguished Service Award National PTA, member of the National PTA (NPTA) Board of Directors and Alabama State Children’s Policy Council.

Her community service has included the following: OES, Alabama Black Caucus of School Board Members, Alumni member of Huntsville/Madison County Leadership Class 19 and Graduate Class 1, Alabama A&M University and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Health Careers Opportunity Program Advisory Board of Directors, Alabama A&M University Regional Training Center Board of Directors, Alabama PTA Immediate Past President, the Founder of Northwest Huntsville “Celebrating Education Parade and Festival and Huntsville Council of PTAs president.


In accordance with the requirements of title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), the Huntsville City Board of Education will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities. For more information contact: Shirley.Wellington@hsv-k12.org.