The Macon family honored Ms. Marjory Johnson for 50 years of service as a 4th grade teacher. A 1965 graduate of the former Macon Academy in Tuskegee, Ms. Johnson returned to spend her entire teaching career at her alma mater after receiving her degree in elementary education from Auburn University. The student body, faculty, and administration, along with family and former teachers, assembled to unveil a plaque naming the lower school building in her honor.  Special guest, Jimmy Wilson said that Ms. Johnson could be credited with leading the effort to relocate the school to its current location in Cecil as enrollment declined at the Tuskegee campus.  A former classmate of Ms. Johnson and former coach and headmaster at MA, it was an honor to have Wilson on hand for the ceremony.  Ms. Johnson was humbled by the ovation and the surprise unveiling of the sign that now hangs at the entrance to the lower school facility.  She expressed her love and devotion to Macon East and added what a joy it had been to teach so many students throughout 50 years, including her sons and grandchildren.