Campbellsburg Elementary School
Amy Treece, the new principal at Campbellsburg Elementary School, began her teaching career in 1999 as an elementary teacher with Henry County Public Schools. Throughout her career she has served as an elementary and middle school teacher, instructional specialist with the Kentucky Department of Education, and instructional coach.
She received a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Kentucky State University, a Masters of Education from the University of Louisville, Masters of Education with Reading Specialist Endorsement from Georgetown College, and Ed.S/Masters of Educational Leadership from University of Kentucky.
“I am very excited to begin this journey as principal of Campbellsburg Elementary. CES is a special place where teachers and families work together to offer the best possible education for our children,” Treece said. “As the world changes, our students will face many challenges; they will need to be critical thinkers and problem solvers.”
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”-- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Eastern Elementary School
After serving as a special education teacher at Eastern Elementary School, Angela Denny will now be the school’s principal.
Denny holds a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University in early childhood special education, a master’s degree from Campbellsville University and is currently pursuing her principal licensure from Asbury College.
Denny began her teaching career at the Lexington Hearing and Speech center then taught one year at Carroll County Middle School. She has served as a special education teacher at Eastern Elementary for 10 years.
“Over the past several years I have grown to love Eastern Elementary. Eastern feels like home and I am very excited to begin my new chapter as principal,” Denny said. “I will work to build in the many great things that have been started by Mrs. Tingle and the past leadership and look forward to continuing to build even more community involvement and supporting the educational growth of our wonderful students.”
New Castle Elementary School
The new principal at New Castle Elementary is Austin Hunsaker. Hunsaker began his teaching career at Henry County High School as a social studies teacher in 2006 and most recently served as the assistant principal there.
Hunsaker holds a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree in education, level I and II principal certification, and a Specialist in Education (Ed.S) degree from the University of Louisville. At Henry County High School, he also served as the head baseball coach, social studies department chair and KTIP mentor teacher.
Hunsaker is excited about the opportunity to lead at NCES.
“I'm very honored to be principal at New Castle. The staff is very hard working and diligent in their efforts to help our students achieve success. Together, I am very confident we will lead New Castle to a bright future,” Hunsaker said. “Personally, I will be laser focused to make sure we are delivering an education that every student deserves."