Story Named Director of Lincoln Middle – The Interior Journal



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Lincoln County Middle School’s site-based decision-making board voted 8-0 Tuesday night to appoint Stacy Story as the new principal of Lincoln County Middle School. Story had been the school’s acting principal since last August.

Story is a graduate of Lincoln County High School and a seasoned educator. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Western Kentucky University, as well as a Masters in Library Science and a Rank 1 in Leadership from Eastern Kentucky University.

“I’m so excited to be able to call LCMS my official home,” Story said. “It is an honor to be able to continue serving in Lincoln County. It didn’t take long to fall in love with school and I’m all for it. Our motto this year has been “in motion” and I am ready to keep moving, to do whatever it takes for the students, staff and learning community to keep moving forward. It’s a great place and I’m grateful to be a part of it.

She began her teaching career at Northwest High School in Clarksville, Tennessee. After teaching there, she served as a forensic coach at Russellville High School and an English teacher and interventionist at Lincoln County High School. Story has also been an Academic Performance Consultant and Vice Principal at Lincoln County High School since 2016.

Lincoln County Schools Superintendent Mike Rowe said, The board unanimously selected Ms. Story on Tuesday evening and we are all pleased with the excellent job she has done as interim principal. We are delighted to remove the interim tag and look forward to his leadership and stability in the college.

Story enjoys spending time with her husband, Dan, and two daughters in her spare time. She also enjoys helping the youth in her church and watching a movie when she has time.


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