Tyler Shearon named new principal of Southern High School
Tyler Shearon, a 2007 program participant of Teach Kentucky, has been named the new principal of Southern High School in Louisville, Kentucky. Tyler began his career in JCPS public schools as a middle school science teacher at Olmsted Academy North, meanwhile earning his Master in Teaching from the University of Louisville and E.d.D. in Leadership, Policy, and Organization from Vanderbilt University. He received his undergraduate degree from Emory University. During the past few years he has been involved in JCPS school turnaround efforts as an educational recovery leader with the Kentucky Department of Education.
We are so proud of Tyler’s commitment to Jefferson County Public Schools and can’t wait to see what he accomplishes as Southern High School’s new leader!
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