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Kenton Co. School District- Info for Prospective Teachers

Tips for Prospective Teachers! 2013-2014

What are the employment opportunities in Kenton County?

Kenton County is the fifth largest school district in the state with approximately 14,000 students. Historically, our school district annually posts job openings and hires approximately 100 teachers, K-12.


How can a prospective teacher find out about the philosophy, the inner workings and the emerging news in our district? Go to our web site at

Superintendent Dr. Terri Cox-Cruey publishes a monthly electronic newsletter called The Excellence Report that can also be found on our district website.


How do I navigate through the electronic application process?

Go to our website at Click Employment and a drop down will appear allowing you to view job postings or view application instructions

COMPLETE the appropriate application.

QUESTIONS: Contact Mike Tolliver at 859-957-2664.


What is the purpose of the questions in the additional information area of the application form?

Our school district has a series of three goals that focus upon student performance, quality instruction and student involvement. These questions allow you to reflect upon these goals.


What is the process once I have completed an electronic application?

After you have applied for a position, your application is sent electronically to the building principal for review. All interviews are arranged by the building principal.

If a position you have applied for is filled by another applicant or withdrawn as a position, the posting will closed.

What happens if I choose to approach a school Principal directly?

Principals will direct you back to apply on-line. SBDM councils will only interview those candidates that have completed the electronic application.


The Kenton County School District

1055 Eaton Drive Ft. Wright, KY 41017


Dr. Terri Cox-Cruey, Superintendent

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Out for Work functions as a complimentary component in the total educational experience of LGBT students, primarily in the development, evaluation, initiation and implementation of career plans and opportunities. OFW’s programs, resources and services provide assistance to students in the cultivation and enhancement of skills to explore career options, master search techniques and strategies and research employment opportunities.

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  • No matter if you are a recent graduate or an alumn looking to make a career change, we can help you! We can talk with you about
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