Grant County Schools is happy to announce the next principal for Mason Corinth Elementary (MCE) has been determined. Mrs. Nicole Davis has been selected as the next lead learner for the southernmost elementary school within Grant County Schools. Mason Corinth has an overall enrollment of 291 students and employs 41 people.
“I believe we need to work hard to ensure students have the skills they need not only academically, but emotionally and socially.” Mrs. Davis shares. Her experience as a high school counselor with Grant County High School (GCHS) for nine years provides her great insights into student needs. Most recently, Mrs. Davis has served as an Assistant Principal at GCHS since 2020.
Superintendent, Matthew Morgan is thinking toward the future, “Nicole had the best combination of experience and qualities to move MCE to the next level.” He shared. “I am so thrilled to be back in the elementary world!” exclaimed Davis. Prior to joining Grant County Schools, Mrs. Davis taught reading and math intervention in Boone County, was a second, third, and fourth-grade teacher in Newport, as well as a second, third, and fourth-grade math teacher in Southgate schools. “My goal for MCE this year is to help foster a love of learning while working with teachers and parents to move student achievement forward.” states Davis.
Mrs. Davis holds an Undergraduate Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Kentucky, a Masters of School Counseling from Northern Kentucky University, and a Masters of Instructional Leadership with a DPP endorsement from Eastern Kentucky University. Mrs. Davis resides in Dry Ridge with her husband and two sons. Mrs. Davis shares, “I cannot wait for the “ah-ha” moments of learning. The hugs sure are great too!”