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We would like to welcome Jennifer Head

Jen We would like to welcome Jennifer Head to Livingston County Schools as the district Payroll/Benefits Administrative Assistant. Miss Head is a Livingston Central High School graduate where she spent many years playing basketball and softball. She is also a graduate of Murray State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in business with concentration in marketing. Miss Head “appreciates the opportunity to serve the members of Livingston County Schools”. We are happy Miss Head has chosen to begin her career in the Live RED educational community where she was raised.

We would like to welcome Mr. Josh Edwards

Josh We would like to welcome Mr. Josh Edwards as Livingston Central High School English teacher. Mr. Edwards was born and raised in Benton and graduated from Marshall County High School in 2007.  He attended St. Catharine College on a golf scholarship and met his wife whom he married in 2012. After graduation, he spent some time in the transportation and sales industries before deciding to pursue a career in education and enrolling in the Masters in Teaching program at University of the Cumberlands. Mr. Edwards now has two years of experience teaching at Graves County High School.  He and his wife have two beagles, Hoyt and Rusty, and are expecting their first child July 17th.

Livingston County Schools are accepting separate bids on the following items

Livingston County Schools are accepting separate bids on the following items. Please contact the Livingston County Board of Education for more information 270-928-2111.

Accepting separate bids on the following items

Please welcome Kristy Nelson as the Systems Officer for Livingston County Public Schools

Kristi Please welcome Kristy Nelson as the Systems Officer for Livingston County Public Schools. Mrs. Nelson has a master’s degree in Elementary Teaching from the University of the Cumberlands, as well as Teacher Leadership with a Literacy concentration from Murray State University. She has taught in multiple states over the course of her teaching career and was the director of a non-profit, which brings a unique perspective to her position. She has presented at multiple state and local conferences including the Kentucky Reading Conference, Murray State College and Career Summit, and a guest lecturer on close reading at the Kentucky Reading Project. During her time with Christian County Public Schools, she led professional development with Teachers Intentionally Leading Teachers (TILT) on using curriculum to meet standards, guided reading, and the implementation of literature circles. As the Systems Officer, she is dedicated to helping Livingston County reach for excellence as we LiveRED.

Mr. Geco Ross as new assistant principal

Ross Livingston Central would like to welcome Mr. Geco Ross as the new assistant principal.

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Mr. Jonathan Hart as the new principal at North Livingston

Hart North Livingston Elementary School is pleased announce the selection of Mr. Jonathan Hart as the new principal.  Mr. Hart said,
“I’m humbled and excited to be a part of the North Livingston family! I look forward to getting started.”

The Livingston Central High School SBDM Council is proud to announce the selection of Mrs. Stephanie Wood as the Principal of LCHS.

LCHS The Livingston Central High School SBDM Council is proud to announce the selection of Mrs. Stephanie Wood as the Principal of LCHS. She is expected to assume her duties on July 1, 2018. Mrs. Wood comes to us with 22 years of experience in education with a strong foundation in rigorous, engaging, and differentiated instruction (Living RED). Mrs. Wood said, “I am honored and excited to begin working with the students, staff, families, and community of Livingston Central High School.”

Lauren Schmitt of the Livingston Central FFA was named the State Star Farmer at a special ceremony as part of the 89th State FFA Convention

Lauren Lauren Schmitt of the Livingston Central FFA was named the State Star Farmer at a special ceremony as part of the 89th State FFA Convention in Lexington.  The Star Farmer is the highest honor Kentucky FFA can award to a member.  The award is based on the student’s work with their Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Program, FFA involvement, and community service.  In addition to an application detailing her four years in FFA, Lauren completed an interview in front of a panel of agricultural leaders from across the state.

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Livingston County School District 127 East Adair
PO Box 219
Smithland, KY 42081
Regina Durard Web AdministratorRegina.durard@livingston.kyschools.us
Victor Zimmerman, Superintendent 127 East Adair Street Smithland, Ky. 42081 Phone: (270) 928-2111 Fax: (270) 928-2112