School Leadership

  • A group of administrators at the district office oversees all the school campuses and various programs. The chiefs spend 70 percent or more or their time on instructional issues, while the support specialists help principals with operational matters that are not necessarily germane to instruction.

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  • Elementary schools

    Chiefs and their cadres:

    Tiffany MarshallArlington, Cassidy, Clays Mill, Deep Springs, Glendover, Julius Marks, Meadowthorpe, Sandersville, Stonewall, and Wellington

    Faith Thompson: Coventry Oak, Liberty, Mary Todd, Maxwell, Rosa Parks, Russell Cave, William Wells Brown, and Yates; also: Carter G. Woodson Preparatory Academy and the Success Academy

    Lisa Smith: Brenda Cowan, Cardinal Valley, Garrett Morgan, James Lane Allen, Lansdowne, Millcreek, Picadome, Southern, Squires, Tates Creek, and Veterans Park

    Jennifer Hutchison: Ashland, Athens-Chilesburg, Booker T. Washington, Breckinridge, Dixie, Garden Springs, Harrison, and Northern; also, Rise STEM Academy for Girls and Virtual Learning Academy

    Support staff:
    Tammie Franks, School Leadership support specialist

    Adrielle Camuel, administrative assistant
    (859) 381-4169 

    Susan Turner, administrative assistant
    (859) 381-4234

  • Middle schools

    Tracy Bruno, chief of schools, oversees Beaumont, Bryan Station, Crawford, Edythe J. Hayes, Jessie Clark, Leestown, Lexington Traditional Magnet School, Morton, SCAPA at Bluegrass, Southern, Tates Creek, and Winburn.

    Support staff:

    Latonya Meekins, acting principal on special assignment

    Chrisie Jackson, middle schools administrative assistant,
    (859) 381-4168

  • High schools

    James McMillin, chief of schools, oversees Bryan Station, Frederick Douglass, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Tates Creek, Carter G. Woodson Academy,  and the STEAM Academy.

    Mark Sellers, secondary programs support specialist, oversees Audrey Grevious Center, Family Care Center, Martin Luther King Jr. Academy, Opportunity Middle College, The Learning Center, and The Stables.

    Carl Hayden, acting director of school improvement, oversees Eastside Technical Center, Locust Trace AgriScience Center, Southside Technical Center, and the Academies of Lexington.

    Other staff:

    Carrie Rogers, strategic partnerships manager

    Allison Marcum, acting program/project manager

    Robbie Sayre, athletics director

    Kimberly Chandler, high schools administrative assistant,
    (859) 381-4233


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    Questions: (859) 381-4169

    Overall contact for School Leadership

    Schuronda Morton, acting senior director 

    Louise Dobbins, administrative assistant

    Phone: (859) 381-4102

    Location: Room 101 at central office, 701 E. Main St.

    For employees

    In-house resources are posted under the Staff portal.