Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative

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Summer Professional Learning Update

We know that many of you rely on CKEC to provide summer professional learning opportunities for you and your staff. We are in the process of determining how to best handle our summer sessions in a way that protects the health and safety of not only your staff, but our staff as well. While we are determining our next steps, please check out our online on demand modules and our hybrid sessions for June. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we navigate these unprecedented times.

CKEC Virtual Recruitment Fair

You can find the list here

One of our most important missions at Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative (CKEC) is providing opportunities for professional networking, so we want to introduce you to some of the best districts in the Commonwealth of Kentucky – the member districts of CKEC. 

This document contains links to all of the CKEC member districts’ employment pages.  On each page, you’ll find a list of openings, salary schedules, applications and in some cases, recruitment videos.  It’s not quite the same thing as the live recruitment fair we normally host – there won’t be snacks and swag, but you will have all of the same opportunities.

We wish you the best in finding employment, and we hope you will look to us at CKEC for training and professional resources in the future. You can find the list of districts and their sites here.

CKEC Announces New CEO  

David Young, current Chief Academic Officer and Assistant Superintendent for Boyle County Schools, will serve as the next Chief Executive Officer for the Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative.  Young will replace Dot Perkins who recently retired and Kathy Fields who is currently serving as the Interim Executive Director.   Young will begin his new role July 1, 2020. You can read the full press release here.

 

COVID-19 Update:

After hearing the urging of the governor to lead by example, we are going to close the CKEC office for daily work.  We are committed to continuing our services and to provide resources during this difficult time. Directors will be coming and going in the office as needed.  Secretaries will be checking mail weekly and leaving paperwork for me to sign as needed.  Office phones will be transferred to personal cell numbers. As always, if you need immediate assistance, please reach out via email or personal cell numbers. 

Thank you!

Kathy Fields, Interim Executive Director 

Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative

 

 

 

CKEC Announces Interim CEO

CKEC is pleased to announce Kathy Fields, former superintendent from Jessamine County Schools, will serve as the Interim CEO of CKEC from March 16, 2020 until a permanent CEO is hired. You can read the full press release here.

Where leaders learn and learners lead.

teacher in classroomThe Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative (CKEC) works with the superintendents and staff of its member districts to provide opportunities for collaboration, strategic planning and professional development. CKEC delivers a wide range of customized services to our member districts, including opportunities to network with colleagues. We also work with vendors of all kinds to leverage the buying power of our member districts to ensure that they are paying the most competitive prices for products and services.

 

CKEC’s Unregistered Participants/Guests Policy

At CKEC, we love kids and families! Unfortunately, due to liability issues and professional decorum, children and other family members or friends are not permitted to attend our trainings.

snowstormInclement Weather Policy

The CKEC inclement weather policy is as follows.  If Fayette County Schools are closed, CKEC training sessions are canceled.  If Fayette County Schools are open, but YOUR school district is closed, please use discretion.

If Fayette County is on a delay, please check your email for information pertaining to your training.