Jessamine. Co Schools welcomes three new principals
Published 12:35 pm Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Three Jessamine County schools have new principals, including Brookside Elementary, The Providence School, and The Jessamine Career and Technology Center, according to a news release from Jessamine County Schools.
Brookside Elementary welcomes Nick Schuerman after the retirement of Jonann Horn. Schuerman is currently an assistant principal at the Jessamine Early Learning Village, and will assume his duties on July 1.
“I am honored to lead Brookside and work alongside a school family with such a long-standing commitment to excellence. A culture of trust is one of the most important ingredients in a school community and we will work together with families, continuing to foster success through a positive and supportive environment. I’m eager to see our students’ growth as we collaborate to both support and challenge them to believe in themselves and achieve to their highest potential,” Schuerman said in the release.
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The Providence School welcomes Justin Yeary as its new head principal after the retirement of Eric Sowers. Yeary currently serves as the curriculum resource administrator, and will assume his new duties as principal on July 1.
“District and TPS staff have invested their time and energy into my professional growth and provided opportunities for me to serve in leadership roles. The Providence School staff is second to none, and there’s nowhere that I’d rather serve as principal. Being a part of our students’ personal growth and academic success has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career and I’m excited for the chance to have an even greater impact as head principal,” Yeary said in the release.
The Jessamine Career and Technology Center welcomes Christi Hack as the next head principal at the Jessamine Career and Technology Center, after the retirement of Dexter Knight.
Hack is currently a curriculum resource administrator at JCTC, and assumes her new duties as principal on July 1.
“I am proud of the progress our team has made, specifically in the areas of putting industry recognized credentials in the pockets of our graduates, providing real world work based learning opportunities for our students, and building awareness of CTE opportunities beginning at the elementary level. I am humbled to be asked to lead what I truly believe is the most outstanding CTE staff in the nation. Together, we will continue our work to help students find their passion and purpose, determine career goals, and get them there in the most financially responsible
way possible,” Hack said in the release.