Stewart Hired as City Schools' College Specialist
By WestKyStar & Paducah Public Schools Staff
PADUCAH - Ginger Stewart has been hired to serve as College and Career Readiness Specialist for Paducah Public Schools. Stewart will begin her work with the district July 1 following her retirement from McCracken County Schools at the end of this school year.

Stewart is a veteran educator with 28 years of experience as a teacher and administrator. She served as assistant principal and principal at Heath Middle School before being named principal of Concord Elementary in 2005. Stewart was principal at Concord Elementary from 2005 until 2018. During that time Concord Elementary earned multiple Distinguished School classifications from the Kentucky Department of Education based on the school’s state test scores. 
Stewart served as Director of District Programs for McCracken County Schools during the 2018-19 school year. She has collaborated with local business partners this year to place more than sixty internships for high school seniors. Additionally, Stewart has engaged local business and industry leaders about the need for students to develop soft skills. 

“Mrs. Stewart is a respected educator who has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in teaching and learning for students,” said Superintendent Donald Shively. “Her success as an educator is second to none, and there is enormous respect for what she’s done for students in her career. Mrs. Stewart’s dual focus of helping us improve our instructional practices and build business and industry partnerships in advance of the opening of the Innovation Hub in fall of 2020 will be invaluable as we pursue our vision to know each and every child by name and need.”

Published 11:25 AM, Tuesday May. 07, 2019
Updated 10:02 PM, Tuesday May. 07, 2019

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