Lincoln County Schools is pleased to announce Missy Robbins as assistant principal at Lincoln County High School. She has been an instructional coach at LCHS for the past four years.
Robbins has 24 years of experience working in education as a classroom teacher, athletics coach and an instructional coach. She will be replacing Jill Mullins as an assistant principal at the school. She is a graduate of Lincoln County High School and received a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Arts degree from Eastern Kentucky University.
“Lincoln County has been a part of my heart and soul my entire life,” said Mrs. Robbins. “I’m very excited about this new role and serving in a different capacity. I feel like my time here as instructional coach will be beneficial in my new role."
Missy and her husband, Timmy, reside in Lincoln County and have two children that attend Lincoln County Schools. She enjoys spending time with her family by watching them participate in sports and is hopeful that in-person activities like sports resume soon.
LCHS Principal Michael Godbey added, “We are pleased to have Missy join the administrative team. She brings a passion for student achievement and a love for the school."
Robbins will assume her new role at the school on July 1st. For more information about Lincoln County High School, please contact Principal Michael Godbey at 606.365.9111.