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Principal Appointments Announced

After a round of interviews held on May 16, 2023, three new administrative appointments are announced. The appointments will begin effective June 1, 2023.

Berwick High School Principal – Mr. Toney Linn, Jr.







Mr. Toney Linn, Jr. has been an educator since 2005. Mr. Linn began his career as a physical education teacher and coach in Lafourche Parish. He has worked in various positions in Terrebonne Parish and St. Mary Parish. He is an educator at Berwick High School and has been an assistant and head coach in multiple sports. He has served as a vital member of the instructional leadership team, positive behavior and incentive team, and was selected as the 2022-2023 BHS Teacher of the Year. As a 1998 graduate of Berwick High School, Mr. Linn is humbled to be given the opportunity to lead his alma mater. He believes that “our job as an educator is hard, but it is our job to inquire and meet the needs of all our students. We must strive for greatness.”

Morgan City Junior High School Principal – Mrs. Amber Monceaux







Mrs. Amber Monceaux has been an educator since 2006 and is currently the acting principal of Berwick High School. She has been the St. Mary Parish Social Studies Program Manager since 2014. Recognitions include Nicholls State University Outstanding Student Teacher (2005), Berwick Junior High School Teacher of the Year (2008), and the Louisiana Council for Social Studies Outstanding Teacher (2009). She has served on multiple regional and state committees to support social studies instruction and best practices. Mrs. Monceaux believes in “applying a student-first mindset” through a “culture of positivity and open collaboration with all school stakeholders.” She looks forward to working with the school community to make Morgan City Junior High School a model of success.

Morgan City High School Principal – Mrs. Lacie H. Quintanilla







Mrs. Lacie Quintanilla has been an educator since 2013 and is currently the assistant principal at Morgan City High School. She began her career as an English teacher at MCHS and has served as an assistant coach for volleyball and softball, a mentor teacher for Nicholls State University, and a member of various MCHS leadership teams. As a 2008 graduate of MCHS, she is overwhelmed by the opportunity to serve the students of her alma mater. Mrs. Quintanilla states that she is “grateful to be able to give back to the school and community that has given so much to me. I will do my best to be what Morgan City High School deserves and will strive for success for every student, every day.”