At the Corinth School District, protecting our students, teachers and staff is our top priority. We continue to take all necessary measures to ensure safety at all of our district campuses.
Chief Allen Lyles (CES)
Chief Lyles retired from the Mississippi Highway Patrol in 2015 after serving 28 years. He has also been the warden of the Alcorn County Regional Correction Center. His police training includes Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) and many highway patrol-related certifications. He is a familiar face around the school district as he has served as a high school teacher (Law and Public Safety), bus driver, and archery coach since 2016.
Officer Latisha Stewart (CHS)
With 22 years of law enforcement experience, Officer Stewart most recently was a police officer at The University of Mississippi. Also, she was a parole/probation agent at the Mississippi Department of Corrections, a police officer at the Tupelo Police Department, a sheriff deputy at the Lee County Sheriff’s Department and a police/school resource officer at the City of Shannon Police Department. She has a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Mississippi College.
Officer HL Brinkley (CMS)
With 21 years of law enforcement experience, Officer Brinkley was most recently a law and public safety instructor at Alcorn Career and Technical Center. Officer Brinkley was also a police officer with the NEMCC Police Department and a revenue officer at the MSTC. His police training includes Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) and many SRO certifications.