Veteran educator Ginger Stewart has been chosen to serve as Distinguished Educator for Paducah Public Schools.
“As a District, we are excited about the leadership and focus on individual student achievement and teacher development that Mrs. Stewart demonstrates,” said Superintendent Dr. Donald Shively. “The distinguished educator position is a newly created district position that will allow Mrs. Stewart to focus entirely on student learning and teacher development at Paducah Middle School.”
“Mrs. Stewart will lead our professional learning team meetings, which will be focused on individual student achievement. She will also monitor department, grade level, and overall school growth in terms of measured learning. The new distinguished educator position will also allow Mrs. Stewart to lead teachers in curriculum, instruction, and assessment implementation, along with leading professional development,” said Shively.
Stewart has three decades of experience in public education working as a teacher, building level principal, and district level director.