With 19 years of experience in education, Kevin Faris started his career in 2003 as an English and humanities teacher at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, while also serving as the artist in residence at the Theatre of PossAbilities, a creative arts camp for students with special behavioral and emotional needs in grades six through 10. In 2011, Faris became assistant principal at Elkhorn Middle School in Frankfort, and for the past five years, he has served as the assistant principal at Woodford County High School.
Faris holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Centre College and master’s degrees in teaching and educational leadership, both from Eastern Kentucky University.
“Mr. Faris comes to Fayette County with a wealth of knowledge after serving as an administrator in both Franklin and Woodford counties,” said Chief of High Schools James McMillin. “His vision for The Stables is one I know all staff, students, and community partners will get behind.”
Posted July 21, 2022