Hardin County Schools Superintendent Teresa Morgan has asked current Radcliff Elementary School interim principal Lisa Sturman to be the school’s principal. 

“Ms. Sturman will do an absolutely fantastic job in this role,” Morgan said.  “She knows the students, families and staff and has strong relationships with them all.  Ms. Sturman has exceeded expectations this past year and has been well received by everyone.  The students adore her.  She has an extremely positive attitude and is determined to help students and families learn and grow even stronger.”  

“I’m excited about this opportunity,” Ms. Sturman said.  “Radcliff Elementary is a tremendous school.  The students work hard and the staff is dedicated to student growth.  We are going to continue to work hard with everyone to ensure students flourish with the educational opportunities available to them.” 

Ms. Sturman began her educational career as an Instructional Assistant in Washington State in the early 1990s.  She also spent time as a long-term substitute teacher.  She started a full-time teaching career in Kentucky in 2001 as a special education teacher for Meade County Schools. She then worked as the lone special education teacher at West Point Independent School from 2004 to 2011.  Ms. Sturman then transitioned to North Middle School to begin work as a special needs teacher there.  She became one of the school’s assistant principals in 2018.  

Her educational career has also included roles as Gifted and Talented Coordinator, Title I Coordinator, Interventionist, roles in Special Education administration, English/Language Arts department chair and team leader. 

She earned all of her degrees and certifications from Western Kentucky University.

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