Superintendent Finalists Public Forum

Last Updated: 5/5/2021 3:03 PM

Superintendent Finalists Public Forum

  Join usDATE:  Thursday, May 6, 2021

  TIME:  6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

  LOCATION: 

Oldham County High School Auditorium
1150 N. Highway 393
La Grange, KY  40031

Online Form:  Sign up to attend the forum in-person

  LIVE STREAM:

Beginning May 6 at 6:00 p.m. 

YouTube Link:  https://youtu.be/I5EIJ3Y3Nc8
 

On May 6th, the Oldham County Schools will host a public forum at which the three finalists for Superintendent will be introduced. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the forum will be held virtually, with a limited live audience in attendance.  All audience members must wear a face mask throughout the duration of the forum.  Due to time limitations, questions will not be taken from the audience.  

To register for one of the limited seats available to the public, each attendee MUST complete a registration form. If more people register than available seats, attendees will be selected by random lottery. On Wednesday, May 5, you will be notified via the email address you provide in the registration form if you are able to attend the forum.

Finalists were selected following a rigorous screening process by the Superintendent Screening Committee and the Board of Education members. Following several weeks of review activities, the Screening Committee recommended their top candidates to the Board during closed session at the March 29 board meeting. The Board of Education has had an opportunity to interview each selected candidate after thoroughly reviewing their application materials.

Superintendent Finalists:

Ms. Six is currently an Assistant Superintendent with the Franklin County Schools. In this role she oversees all aspects of instruction, assessment processes, district curriculum alignment. Ms. Six also serves as the point of contact for Reading Recovery and Reading Recovery Teacher leader programming, Gifted and Talented budgeting and programs, and SBDM council training. She facilitates the work of instructional coaches, participates in district strategic planning processes and district improvement planning, organizes professional development and provides coaching for a variety of district and school staff. Ms. Six has previous experience as the K-12 Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for Franklin County Schools, and was a former elementary school principal, State Reading First Coordinator with the Kentucky Department of Education and Franklin County Schools, State Reading First Coach with Kentucky State University, Instructional Specialist, Director of Instructional Support, and Primary/Literacy Consultant. She started her career as a primary teacher in Martin County Schools.  

Dr. Radford is currently an Assistant Superintendent with Boone County Schools. He leads the Boone County School’s Office of School & System Improvement, which provides equitable, accessible, rigorous, and relevant learning opportunities to all students. In his current role, Dr. Radford provides schools with  evidence-based strategies to support learning, and ensures that schools integrate social, emotional, and academic needs into instructional design, school management, and accelerated improvement practices. He is responsible for maintaining alignment to district goals and programs that ensure system effectiveness. Prior to this position, Dr. Radford served as a National School Leadership Coach, and worked for the Kentucky Department of Education as a District Manager and Acting Director for Title 1, as well as an Educational Recovery Leader. At the school level, Dr. Radford has served as a teacher, lead teacher, assistant principal/assistant DPP, and high school principal.

Mr. Deaves is currently the Assistant Superintendent for Support Services for the Oldham County Schools. In this role, Mr. Deaves oversees five operational departments within the district, including Personnel and Benefits, Transportation, Technology, Student Services, and School Nutrition. Mr. Deaves also oversees the district’s site-based decision-making councils, and the certified and classified evaluation process. Prior to his current role, Mr. Deaves served the Oldham County Schools as Secondary Level Director, high school principal, assistant/associate principal, and teacher. Mr. Deaves is also a level 1 and level 2 certified Orange Frog facilitator.