Hannah Campbell selected as Instructional Coach at Miles Elementary

Ms. CampbellMs. Hannah Campbell has been selected as Instructional Coach at Miles Elementary School. 

Ms. Campbell brings a strong background in elementary education and a variety of leadership experience to her new role. She has spent the last eight years working at Howell Elementary School as a fifth and second grade teacher. In that time, Ms. Campbell has taken on a variety of leadership roles including District Teacher Leader representative, Howell’s Site Based Decision Making Council, school-level curriculum and PBIS committees, and service as a mentor for new and student teachers. Additionally, she has also coached Girls on the Run, the Academic Team, and Governor’s Cup. 

A lifelong Northern Kentucky resident, Ms. Campbell graduated from Boone County High school and the University of Louisville, where she earned a degree in Elementary Education with a focus in Mathematics. She received a master’s degree in Teacher Leader with a license in Gifted and Talented Education from Northern Kentucky University, and she’s currently continuing studies at NKU toward a second master’s degree as an Education Specialist.

"Ms. Campbell will be a welcome addition to the staff and leadership team of Miles Elementary School,” said Mr. Chad Molley, Superintendent. “She is a confident leader who will work tirelessly on behalf of the staff, students, and families of Miles Elementary. Her collaborative nature and knowledge of elementary standards and curriculum will lead to many opportunities for instructional growth within the building. We look forward to watching her grow in this new role and to all that she will contribute to meeting our academic goals."

Ms. Campbell is newly married to Mr. Eric Campbell, physical education teacher at Tichenor Middle School. They live in Burlington, Ky., with their goldendoodle, Lexie. They enjoy spending their free time with family and friends when they aren’t busy cheering on the Lloyd Memorial Boys Basketball team! 

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