Sinking Fork Elementary School’s Site-Based Decision Making Council has announced the appointment of Lacey Ramirez to serve as interim principal beginning June 1.
Ramirez currently serves as Sinking Fork’s assistant principal and has spent her entire teaching and administrative career with the Christian County Public School System. In 2008, she began her career as a teacher at Belmont Elementary, followed by Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary and Sinking Fork Elementary Schools. In 2018 Ramirez joined the administrative team at Sinking Fork Elementary as assistant principal.
She replaces Leslie Lancaster, who is leaving Sinking Fork to take over as principal at Freedom Elementary School.
Ramirez says, “The experience and knowledge I have gained working alongside Mrs. Lancaster for the last 4 years has prepared me for the next step in my career. I am both grateful for and humbled by the opportunity to serve Sinking Fork Elementary as its next leader. As interim principal, I will continue to support staff, students, and parents as we work together to promote student achievement and growth. I am committed to ensuring all students reach their highest potential. ”
Ramirez is a graduate of Berea College, Western Kentucky University, and Murray State University. She holds two master’s degrees in education and has earned a Level 1 and Level 2 Endorsement for Supervisor or Instruction.