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Previously, Dikeos was employed by Boone County Schools as an instructional coach. Additional past educational experience includes six years as an elementary teacher with Kenton County Schools and two years with Berea Community Elementary.
Dikeos earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Elementary Education from Eastern Kentucky University and her Rank I in Instructional Leadership from Northern Kentucky University.
Johnson Elementary teacher and SBDM council member Josh Feldmann stated, “Ashley Dikeos brings a tremendously unique skill set having worked within all three elementary schools in Fort Thomas as well as establishing outstanding collaborative relationships with all three principals. Our council agreed unanimously that these experiences will help Mrs. Dikeos lead Johnson now and for years to come."
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Superintendent Gene Kirchner stated, “Ashley Dikeos is a rising star on our leadership team and is well-prepared to be an outstanding principal. I am very confident that the students and staff at Johnson Elementary will soar to new heights under her leadership.”
“I am excited and honored to be selected as principal at Johnson Elementary,” said Dikeos. “Being the assistant principal last year, I knew from the start what a special place we have in Fort Thomas. I can't wait to see what great things we continue to dream, create and achieve at Johnson.”
An introduction reception for Johnson Elementary parents and community members will be held before school resumes in August.
Dikeos will begin serving as principal on July 1, 2017.