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New ACHS Curriculum Coach

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The district welcomes Michelle Neat as the new Curriculum Coach for Adair County High School.  Michelle is a graduate of Lindsey Wilson College and University of the Cumberlands.  She comes to our district from Pulaski County High School where she served as an Instructional Specialist.

New Instructional Supervisors
Sarah Hatton
Sarah Hatton
Susan Pfefferman
Susan Pfefferman

The district welcomes Sarah Hatton and Susan Pfefferman as Instructional Supervisors.  Sarah will serve as the Secondary Instructional Supervisor, she was a WKU and Asbury University graduate and  comes to us from South Edmonson Elementary School where she served as Principal. Susan will serve as the Elementary Instructional Supervisor, she graduated from WKU and Campbellsville University and was the Elementary Curriculum Coordinator and Gifted-Talented Teacher for Alvaton Elementary School.

New District Ag Teacher

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We would like to welcome Gabby Barnes to our district as the new District Ag Teacher which will service students in Adair County Middle and High. She comes to our district with a high level of experience in the agriculture industry and passion about student learning in that arena.  She is a graduate of Murray State University and previously taught at South Gibson High School in Medina Tennessee.

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Welcome to the website for Adair County High School!

I am honored to have been chosen to lead this amazing group of students and staff.  The 2021-22 school year will be a year of transition as we emerge from the COVD-19 pandemic and return to a sense of normalcy. Our students and staff are up to this challenge and we will be successful.

Our goal is to make the high school experience as rewarding and beneficial as possible. Students have the opportunity to take advantage of many career and academic programs that are available. We hope that parents/guardians will be an important part of their child’s education and we welcome their input. Additionally, we value the feedback of local businesses, industries, and community members as we strive to prepare our students to be productive members of society.

Chad Parnell