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"New" Chief Deputy of Instruction Lincoln County Public Schools

Angela Cain - chosen as Lincoln County Schools Chief Deputy of Instruction in July of 2012
 The Lincoln County Board of Education is pleased to announce the hiring of Mrs. Angela Cain as Chief Deputy of Instruction, a district-level position responsible for the management of all district curriculum, instruction, and assessment programs and services.   Mrs. Hatter, superintendent commented, “As you can well imagine, there was a deep pool of highly qualified candidates that applied for this position.  However, after a prescriptive and thorough screening, review, and interview process, the committee selected the individual that has the experience and ability to lead Lincoln County Schools with insight and skill.  I am confident that we selected the right person to be a part of our district leadership team here in Lincoln County.” 

     A 25-year veteran, Mrs. Cain brings a wide array of educational experience and leadership ability to this position.   She began her career at Mercer County Elementary where she was named the Special Education Kentucky Teacher of the Year in 1994.  Since that time, she has served as a curriculum coach at Crab Orchard and Highland Elementary Schools in Lincoln County, and as a literacy and instructional strategies consultant for the Wilderness Trail Cooperative, where she guided improvement efforts with sixteen (16) school districts at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.   Additionally, Mrs. Cain trained teachers and administrators at the local, state, and national levels and served as lead for the state literacy consultants at the Kentucky Department of Education.  She is currently serving as an appointed member of the state literacy team and facilitator for the content networks designed to implement the newly adopted core academic standards.  Most recently, in 2011-2012, Mrs. Cain served as an instructional supervisor for Lincoln County.

      Mrs. Cain responded to the offer by saying, “I am grateful  to have the opportunity to serve Lincoln County Schools in this capacity.  By working together, all stakeholders including school personnel, the board of education, parents, students and the larger community, can design and implement a comprehensive learning system to meet the needs of every student.  The Lincoln County School System is committed to achieving the goal of every student graduating college and/or career ready and I am honored to be a part of it. 

     Mrs. Cain will began her new position on July 2, 2012.

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