New Early Childhood Education Director Hired ; School Board OKs Appointment of Terry Green

By Erbacher, Megan | Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current), December 18, 2012 | Go to article overview

New Early Childhood Education Director Hired ; School Board OKs Appointment of Terry Green


Erbacher, Megan, Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)


Kentucky resident Terry Green will be the director of early childhood education for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. beginning Jan. 2. Green's hiring was approved Monday during the last EVSC school board meeting of the year. She will replace Erin Ramsey, who joined Mind in the Making at the Families and Work Institute in New York City.

Green's responsibilities will include all aspects of EVSC's early childhood education initiative, leading the corporation's seven early childhood programs.

"The idea is to have me come in and work with the existing early childhood services that are already in place, and expand and grow and really make EVSC a leader in the early childhood community," Green said. "That's really where my heart and passion has always been, in early childhood, and the EVSC has made a huge commitment to support young children and their education. So that was a good fit for me and I'm looking forward to being a part of that."

Green most recently was employed by Audubon Area Community Services Head Start in Owensboro, Ky., as a child development team manager. It was one of only 10 Head Start programs in the nation originally designated as a Center of Excellence by the Office of Head Start. She currently serves as a reviewer for the Head Start Bureau in Washington, D. C.

The opportunity to grow early childhood programs within the EVSC and the community is what drew Green to the position.

"I personally believe that if we don't start with them in the very youngest years, that we're missing a great opportunity for all children," Green said. "And, yes, regardless of where they are receiving services or involved in their early childhood years, even if they are at home, they're still EVSC children and they're going to come here for kindergarten and we want them to be ready. We want to give them the best start that we possibly can."

BRANSON THANKED

In other news, school board President Michael Duckworth bid farewell to fellow board member Bix Branson, who attended his final meeting Monday evening. …

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