The Christian County Public School System now has two new Instructional Supervisors following the appointment of Kadi Ralston and Michelle Walden.
Ralston and Walden will serve as the Secondary and Elementary Instructional Supervisors, respectively. According to a news release from CCPS Spokesperson John Rittenhouse, they bring a tremendous amount of expertise and enthusiasm to the district team and will be instrumental in providing improved service and support to schools.
Ralston, a native of Todd County, has been with CCPS for two years as a K-12 Literacy Coach and Grant Coordinator facilitating a community-wide focus on literacy.
Walden has been with Christian County Public Schools for 19 years. She was an intermediate teacher at Pembroke Elementary for ten years and a 5th grade teacher at Lacy Elementary for two years. She also worked as an Instructional and Behavior Coach for Christian County Public Schools for two years. For the last five years, she has served as an assistant principal at Indian Hills Elementary.
These two positions were approved during a re-organization of the Instructional Department, which eliminated four positions.