Gregory Named New Graves High School Principal
By West Kentucky Star Staff
GRAVES COUNTY - Alison Gregory is the new principal at Graves County High School. 

Gregory takes over for Matt Madding, who was named Graves County Schools Superintendent last month. Gregory said she knows she has some big shoes to fill, but she's excited and ready to get to work.

"I'm just super passionate about education and making a school culture where students and teachers want to come to work and believe in the vision," Gregory said. "I'm going to work closely with my team and teacher leaders to develop that vision of where we want to move the school forward. We're already in a great place, but we want to continue to grow."

Gregory earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in education from Western Kentucky University. She began her career teaching at Hendersonville High School before working as a career and technical education teacher at John Hardin High School in Hardin County.

She went on to work as an assistant principal at North Hardin and Graves County high schools, Murray and Graves County middle schools, and for the past six years at Symsonia Elementary School as principal, or as she calls it – "lead learner."

Published 10:02 AM, Friday Jun. 14, 2019
Updated 07:54 AM, Saturday Jun. 15, 2019

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