Stacy Faulkner and Darren Yaden
The Lincoln County Schools district technology staff has been awarded the 2020-22 Stilwell Award by the Kentucky Department of Education. 

Named after the late William E. Stilwell, Ph.D., the Stilwell Award is presented to the unsung heroes that have gone above and beyond the call of duty in education technology; they devote their efforts entirely to our K-12 students, teachers, and administrators.

This award’s two year time frame recognizes the unique circumstances that came from the pandemic and the crucial role technology staff and faculty played in supporting the Kentucky educational system.

“During those 24 months, Kentucky K-12 education technology staff not only survived but thrived in providing quality EdTech enabled products and services to Kentucky K-12 students, teachers and staff, across this entire state, amongst all the sudden demands, uncertainty and intensity going on during that timeframe,” said David Couch, associate commissioner in KDE’s Office of Education Technology.

Please join us in congratulating our staff who tirelessly served our students, staff and community during the pandemic and continue to do so now:
Waynesburg:  Tammy Adington
Tammy Adington
Highland: Joy Robertson
Joy Robertson
Stanford:  Chris Woolums
Chris Woolums
Crab Orchard: Nicole Issacs
Nicole Issacs
Hustonville: Jennifer Smith
Jennifer Smith
Lincoln Middle: Stacy Faulkner, Melissa Hoover
Stacy Faulkner
Melissa Hoover
LCHS:  Donya Robbins
Donya Robbins
District: Cathy Adams, Lanetta Lunsford, Bobby Smith, James Hacker, Keith Phillips, Darren Yaden
Technology staff