Twelve MCPS employees were honored at the October 13 Board of Education meeting for their commitment to education technology as they were named Stilwell Award winners.
Named after the late William E. Stilwell, Ph.D., the Stilwell Award is presented to those who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in education technology. For this year, a commemorative coin was commissioned to be presented to those who have shown their commitment to education technology.
The 2022 Stilwell Awardees for Marion County Public Schools are:
Holly Cox, Hugh C. Spalding Academy
Matt Deacon, MCPS Central Office
Rebecca Emmons, MCPS Central Office
Debbie Farmer, MCPS Central Office
Kim Hardin, Marion County High School
Stephanie Keeling, Calvary Elementary
Tim Lyons, MCPS Central Office
Cheryl May, Marion County Middle School
April Montgomery, West Marion Elementary
Lee Morgeson, Glasscock Elementary
Charles Ramey, Lebanon Elementary
Jennifer Russell, Marion County Knight Academy
Since 1992, the Kentucky Education Technology System has been a national leader in educational technology for public school districts. A vital part of that effort has been strong partnerships with individuals and groups that continue to assist in the mission to provide students, staff, and families with quality educational technology service.