Monday, July 17, 2017

New Fort Thomas Schools Superintendent: "Join Me For Coffee"

Karen Cheser. FTM file. 
The new superintendent of Fort Thomas Independent Schools is hosting two "Coffee Chats with the Superintendent" this week to get to know her community more intimately.

Karen Cheser, who started her term as the leader of the district on July 1, will be at Fort Thomas Coffee tomorrow (July 18) from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and Thursday (July 20) from noon-1:00 p.m.



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She's looking to chat with the community.

"Would love to hear your ideas for Fort Thomas Schools," she said via tweet.   

No appointment is needed.

Cheser's Background

Cheser was most recently Deputy Superintendent/Chief Academic Officer of Boone County Schools. She took over for Gene Kirchner, who announced his retirement in March.

Before that, she was named chief academic officer and deputy superintendent at Boone County Schools in 2012 and had been the district's superintendent for learning support services since 2009.

In 2015, Cheser was honored as a runner-up for the National Woman Administrator Award from the School Superintendents Association.

Cheser also helped lead the development of a Makerspace in Boone County Schools, where several of the student robotics teams in the district paired with the Northern Kentucky Leadership Class 2015.

“I am thrilled to partner with the Fort Thomas Board of Education to lead this district, where the schools are the heart of the community,” said Cheser.

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