Graves County Schools gets new superintendent


Web Editor - Mason Stevenson

GRAVES COUNTY, Ky. - In just a few months, Graves County School District will have a new leader.  That will be Kim Harrison.

The current assistant superintendent/elementary instructional supervisor was promoted to superintendent.

Harrison will replace Pete Galloway, who plans to retire after five years in the position and a total of four decades in education.

"I want to contribute as much as I can as a part of that strong team to implement even greater progress," Harrison said. "I want us to work together to take Graves County to the Distinguished level."

Harrison takes over July 1.