Several educators have recently been appointed to district superintendent positions. All of the superintendents, including those who are currently under interim status, will begin their official duties on July 1. They are:
Casey Allen, Ballard County – Allen has served as interim superintendent for the district.
Wayne Benningfield, Elliott County – Benningfield was formerly an instructional supervisor in the Fulton County school system.
Doug Bennett, Laurel County – Bennett previously served as director of instruction in Whitley County.
Charlotte Bernard, Clinton County – Bernard has served as director of pupil personnel and Reading First coach in the district.
Jay Brewer, Dayton Independent – Brewer is currently the principal of Moyer Elementary in the Fort Thomas Independent district.
Dennis Davis, Mercer County – Davis has served as interim superintendent for the district and also was a principal.
Yvonne Gilliam, Bell County – Gilliam previously served as superintendent in the district eight years ago.
Mike Hogg, Berea Independent – Hogg has served as acting superintendent and was a principal in the district.
Mary “Chrissy” Jones, Franklin County – Jones currently serves as an assistant superintendent for the district.
Gene Kirchner, Fort Thomas Independent – Kirchner currently serves as interim superintendent for the district.
Scott Lewis, Ohio County – Lewis has served as superintendent in Hancock County, as well as a principal in Ohio County.
Randy McCallon, Carlisle County – McCallon has served as assistant superintendent for the Calloway County school district.
Glen Murphy, Cumberland County – Murphy has served as a middle school principal in the district.
Owens Saylor, Daviess County – Saylor is currently a deputy superintendent in Jessamine County.
Robert Storer, Walton Verona Independent – Storer has served as the state director for AdvanceED and previously served as Walton Verona’s superintendent from 1993 to 2004.
William Wells, Oldham County – Wells has served as the assistant superintendent for instruction for the district.
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