PCPS announces administrative changes

PCPS announces administrative changes

Pulaski County Public Schools will be implementing several administrative changes for the 2022-2023 school year. These changes will provide career advancement and valuable experience for the employees, while also providing our students and staff with highly qualified educators and administrators in key positions of responsibility and leadership.

Ms. Stacy Arnett, the current Supervisor of Pre-K instruction, has been promoted to become the new Assistant Principal at Pulaski County Middle School.

“Ms. Arnett’s strong administrative background and commitment to the students of Pulaski County make her a great addition to the PCMS team and we look forward to seeing what she accomplishes in her new role,” Dr. Kevin Siers, Superintendent of Pulaski County Public Schools said.

Mrs. Nancy Dillon, current Principal at Critzer Elementary School, has been approved a transfer request to fill a vacant Assistant Principal position at Pulaski County High School.

“Mrs. Dillon brings many years of administrative and counseling experience at all levels to this role and we’re very excited that she has chosen PCHS as the next school to use her educational expertise for supporting students and staff,” Dr. Siers added.

Mr. Tony Viers, current Assistant Principal at Pulaski County Middle School, will be the new Principal at Critzer Elementary School.

“Mr. Viers has proven to be an excellent school administrator and we’re very excited to bring his positive attitude and high level of energy to Critzer Elementary School,” Dr. Siers said.

These employees will begin transitioning into their new positions at the end of the current school year.