Degrees and Certifications:

National Board Certified Teacher, 2021 Education Specialist Teacher Leader, UNA Master's Secondary Education/Math, UNA Bachelor's Mathematics Teacher Education, UNA Associate's Secondary Education, Snead State

Mr. David Bailey (FFC & FHS)



Degrees and Certifications:

Dr. Jason Morgan (FMS)

My name is Jason Morgan. I began teaching at Florence Middle School and have taught at FMS for 15 years. I earned my Ph.D. in Career Technical Education from Auburn University in 2015. I have a wife, Brooke, and five children. I enjoy spending time with my wife and children when I am not teaching. My love for teaching comes from my efforts in making a positive difference in the lives of my students.

Career and Technical Student Organization

  • The Technology Student Association (TSA) is an integral part of the Automation and Robotics and STEM Technologies program at FMS, FFC, and FHS.  TSA promotes leadership, communication, and teamwork skills. TSA class officers are elected for each period of the day. Officers positions include: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Reporter, Historian, Treasurer, and Sergeant-At-Arms. Students complete co-curricular projects. Dragsters, Architectural Designs, and Robots are used in various TSA competitions. TSA members have the opportunity to go to the TSA State Conference to compete against other TSA members from across the state. State winners advance to the national competition located at the TSA National Conference. There is a $15 TSA membership fee in order to join TSA.  Technology Student Association - Wikipedia

Engineering & Robotics

  • Courses Offered:

    • PLTW Automation and Robotics (FMS)
    • STEM Technologies I and II (FMS)
    • Introduction to Engineering Design (9-12)
    • Principles of Engineering(9-12)
    • Introduction to Robotics(9-12)

    Program Description:

    This program is designed for students to dig deep into the engineering design process, while applying math, science and engineering standards to hands-on projects.  Students explore a broad range of topics including mechanisms, the strength of structures and materials, and automation.  They develop skills in problem-solving, research, and design while learning strategies for design process documentation, collaboration, and presentation. 


  • Careers in the STEM Pathway include but are not limited to:

    • Aeronautics
    • Biotechnology
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computer Science
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Information Systems


  • Go HERE to find out how to become a Florence Falcon.