Farragut High School welcomes four new administrators to its team for the 2019-20 school year under fourth-year principal Ryan Siebe. From left are Karey Laudermilk, assistant principal; Laicee Hatfield, curriculum principal; Ryan Milani, assistant principal; and Brad Smith, administrative assistant. The quartet started their school year Monday, July 8.Farragut High School welcomes four new administrators to its staff for the 2019-20 school year – Karey Laudermilk, Laicee Hatfield, Ryan Milani and Brad Smith.
“I went to school at Farragut Middle School and my freshman year at Farragut High School, so I know the history of excellence,” said Laudermilk, who along with the other faculty and administratoirs started her new role as assistant principal last week. “… It all seems a little surreal. I was fully expecting to still be in middle school.”
Laudermilk is entering her 10th year in education.
Hatfield, curriculum principal at Karns High School last year, will serve as FHS’ new curriculum principal in her 16th year with Knox County Schools. “I will be focusing on curriculum, continuing to build on the strong academics here at Farragut High School,’ she said.
Hatfield is starting her 16th year with Knox County Schools. Prior to administration, she taught chemistry at Central High School, and this past year, she was named Assistant Principal of the Year for the state of Tennessee through Tennessee Association of Secondary School Principals.