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Superintendents’ Spotlight: Deatrah Barnett, Morgan County

“Guiding Children – Inspiring Futures,” the vision of the Morgan County school district, is evidenced by the work being done by the staff, teachers...

Superintendents’ Spotlight: Nannette Johnston, Hardin County

Dynamic educational partnerships and strong community, family, staff and student support have made the Hardin County school district home of endless opportunities. One example is...

Superintendents’ spotlight: Vicki Jones, East Bernstadt Independent

The East Bernstadt Independent school district has a long history of success and pride, and its culture proves that staff members have dedicated themselves...

Yearlong program focused on creating stronger school, district leaders

LEAD-Kentucky uses an established national program as part of the effort to turn around low-performing schools, and it will be open to all schools later this year.

Superintendents’ Spotlight: Brock Walter, Boyd County

The Boyd County school district is focused on becoming a leader in learning by committing resources and provisions that put “Kids First.” The overarching milestone...

Superintendents’ Spotlight: John Millay, Meade County

The Meade County school district has 5,100 students whose academic coursework, extracurricular activities and athletic programs reflect a belief in providing a quality educational...

Superintendents’ Spotlight: Wayne Benningfield, Todd County

Todd County continues the strong tradition of “Teaching, Caring, (and) Serving” the students and the community. The district has been named a Proficient district and...

Superintendents’ Spotlight: Marvin Moore, Rowan County

While the Rowan County school district may be small in size compared to other districts in Kentucky, it is by no means small in...

Superintendents’ Spotlight: Sally Skinner, Williamstown Independent

Williamstown Independent boasts a rich tradition of excellence. Its mission is “Engaging, educating and empowering all students for college and career readiness.” Under Superintendent Sally...

Superintendents’ Spotlight: Lonnie Burgett, Mayfield Independent

The poverty level tops 74 percent, more than 80 percent of students  fall into a gap category, and 15 percent are English Language Learners....