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Dr. Floyd has been an educator for nearly 30 years. During his career, he has been a teacher, a coach, an assistant principal, a principal, a Highly Skilled Educator, an assistant superintendent, a superintendent, and now assists Commissioner Holliday in overseeing education for all of Kentucky’s public school children. Whether he was working in Wayne County, Somerset Independent Schools, Montgomery County, Madison County, or the Department of Education, Dr. Floyd has always seen himself as a servant leader working on behalf of the students.
His work on behalf of students is not limited to the school day. Dr. Floyd also served on the National Archery in the Schools Program board; as a member of the Scholastic Administrator Magazine Advisory Council; as a member of the Kentucky School Boards Association Policy Development Committee; and as part of the Governor’s Early Childhood Council.
Dr. Floyd’s commitment to serving students has been evident throughout his career. His vision and leadership have helped to shape the future for many students and has positively impacted public education in many local districts and statewide.
Congratulations to Dr. Tommy Floyd, the 2014 recipient of the Richard Thornton Award.