Maldonado named new principal of Justice Elementary School – Winchester Sun
Justice Elementary School in Winchester has a new principal.
Clark County Public Schools announced the hiring of Mary Maldonado in a social media statement Friday.
Maldonado comes to CCPS with more than 19 years of experience in education as an intermediate teacher, curriculum coach, professional growth and effectiveness leader, and assistant principal.
The new director is impressed with CCPS.
“I was impressed with the level of passion and commitment shown by the main selection committee. Justice occupies a special place at the heart of this community. Future generations of Clark County will be touched by the work we do in our schools today. I am honored to have been selected and look forward to leading this new chapter for justice. said Maldonado.
She earned her certifications as a Teaching Supervisor and Principal from Asbury University in Wilmore. Maldonado received his Master of Arts in Elementary Education from Georgetown College in Georgetown with Honors in Reading and Writing, and also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Kentucky at Lexington.
CCPS Superintendent Molly McComas is thrilled to have Maldonado join the district.
“The structures, expertise and pedagogical knowledge brought by Ms. Maldonado will allow the fruitful work at the Ministry of Justice to continue. She values relationships and seeks input from others. This will be invaluable in expanding the culture to connect with one’s school family and community. said McComas. “Our main selection committee appreciated Ms. Maldonado’s desire to create partnerships with staff, students and families. We enjoyed the discussion on identifying supports for students in collaboration with teachers. »
Maldonado and her family are already familiar with Winchester and Clark County, having moved here in 2018. She and her husband, Rick, have five children who will attend Justice, Baker Intermediate and Robert D. Campbell Junior High in the fall.