Ms. Sharla Six has been named Deputy Superintendent of Oldham County Schools.
Ms. Six currently serves as Deputy Superintendent of Franklin County Schools in Frankfort, Kentucky, where she coordinates school improvement through research, development and evaluation, and coordinates all aspects of curriculum and instructional activities.
She has previously served as a teacher, principal, literary consultant, Reading First coach and co-coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Education, elementary level director, director of instructional support, and instructional specialist. She has experience in both district operations and literacy and instruction. As a district instructional leader, she focused on student achievement while facilitating district curriculum alignment processes and calibration checks. As a primary literacy consultant, she worked with schools to implement Read to Achieve. In addition, she served on the Governor’s Early Literacy Committee as a principal representative.
“Ms. Six is highly respected by leaders across the region and brings a wealth of experience in both instruction and operations that will only strengthen and support our district,” said Oldham County Schools Superintendent Dr. Jason Radford. “She not only is focused on improving learning outcomes for students, but also in building relationships and collaborating with everyone within the school community that she serves.”
“I’ve always admired the culture of excellence in Oldham County Schools. I look forward to building relationships in order to learn and grow alongside this family of great public school educators,” said Ms. Six. “With the strong leadership of the Oldham County Board of Education and the many talented employees working for student success, I know we can propel Oldham County Schools forward in the pursuit of inspired learning, leading, and living.”