Serving the Schools and Children of

Pinson, Alabama


The mission of the Pinson Education Foundation is to mobilize community
support for the schools in Pinson.

We want to recognize teachers, students and support personnel for the greatness they bring to our schools. The foundation hopes to inspire teachers and students and to acknowledge individuals that go beyond what is expected.

Our long term goal is to provide grants and scholarships to help fund projects in our schools.



Our speaker for the banquet will be Patrick Nix


 Nix played high school football at Etowah High School in Attalla, Alabama. He then attended Auburn University, where he was a standout quarterback for the Auburn Tigers. He came in for an injured Stan White against Alabama to help lead the Tigers to a perfect 11–0 record during his sophomore season in 1993. Nix graduated in 1995 as the school's career leader in passing efficiency, Nix began his coaching career with a three-year stint as an assistant at Jacksonville State University. From there, he received his first head coaching job at Henderson State University, a NCAA Division II school. After two years, Nix left to become receivers coach and recruiting coordinator at Samford University. In 2002, Nix joined the coaching staff at Georgia Tech. Nix was Tech's running backs coach and recruiting coordinator during his first year. In 2003, he served as quarterbacks coach and running game coordinator. In 2004, he was elevated to offensive coordinator while continuing on as quarterbacks coach. Prior to the 2006 season, Nix assumed full play-calling duties. Tech would go on to make appearances in the ACC Championship Game and the Gator Bowl. In January 2007, Nix was hired by Miami to serve as offensive coordinator under head coach Randy Shannon, Nix took the opportunity of a brief break from coaching after 2008 to write the book David Had a Dad: Courageously Raising a Young Man After God's Own Heart. In July 2010, Nix was hired as the wide receivers coach for Charleston Southern. Charleston Southern officially announced this July 28, 2010 where the CSU team finished with a 1–5 conference record for 2010. For the 2011 season, Nix was promoted to Offensive Coordinator for the CSU Buccaneers. He also coached running backs and held the Recruiting Coordinator position. In January 2013, Nix was hired as head coach of Scottsboro High School in Scottsboro, Alabama. His first season (2013) he and his team went to The AHSAA 5A playoffs to lose to Parker High School. When Nix took over at Scottsboro, they had won only three games in three seasons. In his first year they went 7–4. In 2016, Nix led Scottsboro to an undefeated regular season and a number one ranking in Alabama's Class 5A division, Nix was named head football coach at Pinson Valley High School in Pinson, Alabama on January 26, 2017. On December 8, 2017, PVHS defeated Wetumpka 31-10 at Bryant–Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to win the 6A AHSAA state championship, finishing the season 15-0 and securing the school’s first-ever state championship in football.  



Winners 2018


Student of the Year - Aiden Campbell

PVHS Career Tech Student of the Year (Big Country Award) - Aaron Coleman

PVHS Teacher of the Year - Kimberly Tanner

Rudd Middle School Teacher of the Year - Paula Foster

Pinson Elementary Teacher of the Year - Jill Green

Johnson Elementary Teacher of the Year - Brooke Eagerton

Support Staff of the Year - Linda White

Rudd Character Winners - Jeremiah Bray, Alonna Churchwell, Hayden Siddle, Breanna Thompson, Zaylen Toomer McCray, Allison Hayes

PVHS Character Winners - Isabell Terrell, Joesph Potter, Ashly Robinson, Neilson Holt, Faith Potter, Bo Nix





Student of the Year 2018

Aiden P. Campbell


Pictures 2018








Pinson, Alabama






Unique Touch Gifts

Precision Graphics

Stanley Moss

American Printing

John Churchwell

State Farm - Jay Ellett

State Farm - Cammie Cooper

Pinson Vally Heat Treating