Sarah Woodford Bio:
I am a native of Mount Sterling and a graduate of Montgomery County High School. I am incredibly indebted to our community and school system for my own education and upbringing, and take great pride in serving the same town which was so good to me in my formative years. Following high school, I attended and graduated from Transylvania University. I taught at the intermediate level in Fayette County, but quickly realized that I wasn’t cut out for battling New Circle Road for the rest of my career. My husband and I made a conscious decision (one that we have never regretted) to work and raise our two children in this community.
I have served Montgomery County’s school system for ten years, as a classroom teacher, a gifted education instructor, and a curriculum coach. I hold a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Rank I in School Administration. Above all, though, I have a great deal of pride and conviction in the power of public school education. It’s potential to alter the future of not only our students, but our country, is monumental. I do not take it lightly. I am sincerely honored to serve our students and our community in this new capacity. The Montgomery County Intermediate School marks the beginning of a brand-new concept and tradition, and is ripe for success. I am profoundly excited about working with its exemplary faculty.
My husband and I are the proud parents of Maggie and Ollie Fegenbush, a third and first grader (respectively) at Mapleton Elementary. Our dog, Larry, is the most spoiled canine on the planet. I enjoy cooking, running, reading, and being with my extraordinarily supportive family.