Clark County Preschool has new principal
Published 4:30 pm Monday, July 4, 2022
The Clark County Preschool has a new principal and she is a familiar face.
Clark County Public Schools announced last week in a social media post that Brittany Forsthye will be taking over for Dr. Kara Davies. Forsythe served as the school’s guidance counselor last school year.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to continue working at Clark County Preschool. As the school’s counselor last year, I was introduced to the wonderful students and their families and I witnessed the importance of the preschool in the community. I look forward to continuing Clark County’s reputation of providing all students with the opportunity to reach their potential and I am excited, and thankful, for the trust from the district and the community as I begin this new journey,” Forsythe said in the post.
Forsythe has 11 years of experience in education as a visual arts and elementary educator and school counselor. She is currently finishing her education specialist degree from the University of the Cumberlands. Forsythe received her rank I in school counseling and masters of teaching in elementary education from the University of the Cumberlands and she also holds a bachelors of arts in art education from the University of Kentucky, according to the post.
She has worked in education in Kentucky and New Jersey and has had the opportunity to not only work in, and learn from, established schools, she was tasked with helping create the first STEAM school in the state of New Jersey, according to the post.
Forsythe and her husband, Logan, have two children, Maggie and Maddox, and reside in nearby Fayette County, according to the post.