This week Logan County schools announced that Robbie Davis was named the new principal of Chandlers School.
Davis had been serving as the school’s assistant principal since 2013 under Caycee Spears, who she replaces after he left to head up Logan County High School earlier this school year.
She was selected by the Chanderls site-based decision making council on Monday.
Before taking the job as assistant principal at Chandlers, Davis she spent 10 years at Logan County High School as a teacher and guidance counselor. She is a 2003 graduate of Western Kentucky University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English. She completed her Master’s and Rank I in School Counseling from WKU and then later completed her administrative certification at the University of the Cumberlands.
“I am excited about the opportunity to serve the outstanding staff and students of Chandler’s School in this role,” Davis said. “My parents are graduates of this school, and my children attend there now. I am honored to continue our family’s Chandlers tradition.”
“Mrs. Davis, as Principal, brings to Chandler’s her enthusiasm in wanting what is best for our students and staff. She has goals to see our school move forward academically and we are excited to be part of the Chandler’s family with Mrs. Davis as our Principal,” the SBDM council said in a statement.
Dr. Kevin Hub, superintendent of Logan County Schools, who chaired the council during the selection process said “the culture at Chandlers is one of the most positive and inviting in our district. We are confident that Mrs. Davis is the clear choice to maintain and improve upon what’s an already exciting place to work and learn. Her ability to relate to the parents and students in the Chandlers community make her the clear choice.”
Davis lives on her family’s farm in the Browning community with her husband, Corey, and their two children, Eli and Ashby.