What we do:
We in Human Resources are committed to recruiting and retaining the best employees to serve our students and families. Our office hires administrators (principals, directors, etc.), certified employees (teachers, counselors, speech pathologists, etc.) and classified employees (paraeducators, clerical staff, bus drivers, etc). We also help our employees with certification requirements, new teacher internships, professional development opportunities, leave and substitute options.
How to find us:
Our office is in the Ambrose building at 128 Walton Ave., behind the main building in the "It's About Kids" Support Services complex at 701 E. Main St. in Lexington, Ky. The main phone number is (859) 381-4740, and the fax number is (859) 381-4271. Our mailing address is 1126 Russell Cave Road, Lexington KY 40505.
Web tip: The URL shortcut to this page is www.fcps.net/hr
Who we are:
- Melodee Parker, Director of Human Resources
- Meribeth Gaines, Associate Director of Certified Personnel
- Kiyon Massey, Associate Director of Classified Personnel
- Jennifer Dyar, Associate Director of Evaluations & Professional Development
For questions about ...
- Job applications: Becky Berry
- Classified employees: Shaleta Washington
- Certified employees: Monica Jones
- Certification, renewal and rank changes: Laura Art
- Tenure and experience verification: Kasie Ralston
- KTIP: Barbara Williams
- Becoming a substitute: Fleur Hosseini
- Substitute placements: Brandy Ashford and Karissa Austin
- Supplemental duty: Karissa Austin
Staff recruitment and retention
- Attracting new employees
- Job postings / (859) 381-4190 or -4123
- FAQ about ordering a criminal records report
FYI: The Minority Educator Recruitment and Retention Scholarship was authorized in 1992 by the Kentucky General Assembly to address the critical shortage of minority teachers, especially in the areas of mathematics and science.
Training and educational opportunities
The Aspiring School Leadership Program for Future Administrators is designed to develop a foundation of administrative and instructional skills needed for school- and district-level leadership roles. The series consists of eight meetings with group sessions, job shadowing and individual projects. | Apply here
SafeSchools online lessons - mandatory staff training for bloodborne pathogens, injury prevention, sexual harassment, etc. (password-protected)
- University of Kentucky: Education Leadership Studies
- Georgetown College's Rank I Teacher Leader program: information | flow chart
- Asbury University: information | programs | graduate program for aspiring principals
- Online degrees in Kentucky
- Ashland University: complete course listings | summer classes
Individual community members and supportive businesses and organizations may volunteer their time in our schools. For more information, check out Family And Community Engagement.
- Online application (Everyone must re-apply every four years.)
- Note: FCPS employees with access to the approved volunteer list for their site can find it under 'handy links' on the staff portal.