Jon Akers, a former Kentucky Principal of the Year, has been named director of the Kentucky Center for School Safety. Akers will replace Lois Adams Rogers, who returned to the Kentucky Department of Education last spring. He will start Feb. 1.

"Jon enjoys a reputation as one of Kentucky's outstanding school leaders with excellent experience in all aspects of public education, including school safety," said Blake Haselton, the Oldham County superintendent who chairs the center.


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