Administrative offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, in observance of the Juneteenth Independence Day.

Elisha Sester began her teaching career at Clay County Middle School. She was a 7th-8th grade Science teacher for 15 years. While at CCMS, she was a member of the Site Based Decision Making Council, a forerunner of designing and implementing NGSS into the classroom, a student-teaching mentor for EKU, a district-based mentor for UC, a presenter of various professional development clinics, extracurricular coach for academics and competitive cheerleading, and a member of various other co-teaching programs.

Mrs. Sester made the move to higher education at the University of the Cumberlands in the Fall of 2023. She is now pursuing her doctoral degree from UC. In her faculty role at UC, she serves as a Field/Clinical Coordinator for the MAT department, as well as an undergraduate professor in the School of Education. She also serves as a University Supervisor for student teachers. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and reading. 

Pursuing EdD Doctorate in Educational Leadership, University of the Cumberlands, 2026
Rank I Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, Eastern Kentucky University, 2015
MAT Middle Grades (5-9) Social Studies & Science, Union College, 2008
BS Business Administration, Union College, 2006




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