LANCASTER — Garrard County High School will begin in January with a new interim principal, as current Principal Kevin Stull has taken a position with the Kentucky Department of Education.
The Garrard school system and KDE have worked out a memorandum of agreement for up to three years, according to Superintendent Donald Aldridge, who said Stull will be acting as the consultant on the new evaluation system statewide.
The memorandum means, if Stull so chooses, he will be able to return to a position in the Garrard County school system at the end of his tenure with KDE.
“It’s an honor to have someone who works in your district that the state department wants to use to help,” Aldridge said.
Stull has been the high school principal for 13.5 years, according to Aldridge.
For the remainder of the school year, Assistant Principal Kalem Grasham will be acting as principal, and business teacher Scott Bolin will operate as the assistant principal.
A substitute will be placed in Bolin’s classroom, according to Aldridge.
The open principal position will be posted in the spring.