Christian County School System Superintendent Mary Ann Gemmill says her administration has already done some work on planning strategy to make the district all it can be—but the final plan can’t be written until the latest test data is received.
Ms. Gemill says initial indications indicate testing results from last school year won’t be as positive as most would hope, but it will show her where the system can improve.
She says her enthusiasm to work and improve the school system has been born out of life experiences and she wants to find ways to help faculty and staff feel as passionate as she does.
Ms. Gemmill talked about re-structuring the front office and said employees at the district office will spend as much time in school buildings this year as they will on Glass Avenue. You can hear all of the superintendent’s remarks on our weekly public affairs program, Don’t Be Afraid to Say It, this Sunday morning at 9 on Lite 98.7.