Ohio County‘s new superintendent hit the ground running on Friday.
Dr. Kim Miller conferred with the human resource director about filling several positions.
She says she wants to build a positive culture and climate, build a core team that will put students first, and emphasize a positive learning environment.
She says decisions will not be made one a one-size-fits-all basis.
“I’m going to be working closely with our building administrators as well as central office administrators and looking at the data, making data-driven decisions, and empowering people to do their job and execute well. I think together we’re going to do great things. We’ll be looking to our parents for suggestions so we can build on our strengths and just continue to move forward. It’s a great school system,” said Dr. Miller.
Dr. Miller has been in education for 25 years, most recently as principal of Woodsdale Elementary.
She has also been a teacher, curriculum coordinator, student services director, even cheerleading and track coach.
She says her new focus is “Together We Achieve.”