Kenton School Board Honors Retiring Employees for Years of Service to District

Posted on May 17, 2022

The Kenton City Schools Board of Education honored six long time employees of the district who are retiring at the end of this school year.

At Monday night’s meeting, the Board recognized Amanda Dyer for 19 years of service, Jerry Flowers after 30 years, Rodney Goslee for 28 years, Jeff Morrison 24 years, Betty Reed for 30 years and the longest serving employee, Spanish Teacher Sharon Martin for 40 years at Kenton and a total of 42 years of teaching experience.

One time student, turned High School Principal Jason Jones, talked about her commitment to the students, “You just can’t imagine what she does, and the time she spends before school and after school with our kids. The time she gives up is definitely not about the paycheck I can guarantee you that, it’s more about our kids, and with that said she deserves this wholeheartedly for what she’s done for our school district.”

Also at the meeting, the Board approved the district’s five year forecast as presented by Treasurer Jill Smith.

Also passed, was a lengthy list of end of school year personnel items.

The next regular Board of Education meeting will be held on June 20.


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