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Curriculum and Instruction

Office Location: 700 Woodford Drive

Phone: 859-497-8760

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Chief Academic Officer Renee Boots

Renee Boots joins the district as the new Chief Academic Officer.

Ms. Boots has 30 years of experience in areas including teacher, assistant principal, secondary curriculum coordinator, and high school principal.  For the past 8 years, Ms. Boots has guided Campbell County High School to unprecedented levels of student learning and achievement, resulting in a Distinguished/Progressing classification and label as a High Performing School at the 94th percentile.

Ms. Boots received her bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky, her master’s degree from Northern Kentucky University and her administrative and superintendent certifications from Xavier University.

She has twin daughters, one of whom is a student at UK and the other a student at U of L.   Ms. Boots stated, “I am so pleased to come to Montgomery County and join a school system which has many great things happening for students.  I strive to be student centered in all of my decisions.  I look forward to working with all stakeholders in the district, sharing the goal of every student learning every day.”  


Director of Elementary Schools Stephanie Harris

With 15 years of experience in education, Mrs. Harris has served as the principal of Mapleton Elementary for the past 3 years.  Under her leadership, Mapleton received a Distinguished/Progressing classification and the title of School of Distinction after scoring at the 96th percentile. 

Mrs. Harris received her Bachelor of Arts in Education from Morehead State University in 2000 and her Master of Education in School Counseling in 2002.  She also received a second Master of Education in School Administration in 2012.  Mrs. Harris achieved National Board Certification as a Middle Childhood Generalist teacher in 2005 and has been selected as “Who’s Who Among American Professionals.”

Mrs. Harris is the proud mom of a 14-year-old daughter, Makayla.  Her husband, Tyrone, is employed by Pentair and has been a life-long resident of Mount Sterling.  In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching Ohio State football, traveling, and cheering her daughter on at Lady Indian basketball games.  Mrs. Harris was born and raised in Xenia, Ohio but has resided in Mount Sterling since 2001.



Director of Secondary Schools Rhonda Schornick

With 26 years of experience in education, Mrs. Schornick has worked in Johnson County and Paris Independent School Districts and comes to us most recently from Scott County Schools where she was the principal at Georgetown Middle for the last four years.  Prior to that, she served as the District Response to Intervention Coach and Classroom Assessment Coordinator.  She has taught middle school and high school and has also served as Dean of Students, District Title IX Coordinator, and Assistant Athletic Director. 

Mrs. Schornick graduated from Johnson County Schools and began her career in our region, receiving her Bachelor of Arts from Marshall University in sociology and a minor in psychology. Her teaching certification came from Morehead State University in history, sociology, and special education.  She also received her Master’s Degree and Rank I in Leadership from Eastern Kentucky University.  Mrs. Schornick is also a graduate of the Leadership Institute for School Principals and National Institute of School Leadership.

Mrs. Schornick shared, “I am very excited to be coming back home to work in Eastern Kentucky, where I began my career, and to be joining the Montgomery County School District family.  I look forward to working with the students, staff, teachers, administrators, and all stakeholders in the school community.  I am eager to be a part of such a great tradition of educational excellence and high expectations.”

 

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