Carrollton, Ky. - May 22, 2020 - Jeannie Rohrer is the newest face at the Carroll County School District central office. Starting July 1, Rohrer will serve as the district’s supervisor of instruction. She is taking over from Jonica Ray, who is the district’s new assistant superintendent. Rohrer has been principal of Cartmell Elementary since 2017.
“This is another great hire for our district,” said Superintendent Danny Osborne. “Ms. Rohrer has proven herself to be an exceptional administrator. It’s been great to see her work at Cartmell, and I am excited to see her step up to this new role. We are blessed in this school district to have so much talent to draw on, and Ms. Rohrer is a tremendous asset to staff and students.”
Rohrer began her teaching career in 2004 in Gallatin County before moving to Kathryn Winn Primary as a third-grade teacher. In 2010, when third-grade moved to Cartmell, Rohrer moved with it, and she has been at the school since. After teaching at Cartmell, she became the school’s instructional coach in 2012, assistant principal in 2014 and principal in 2017.
“I am honored to step into this new role,” Rohrer said. “We have a fantastic school district and great schools. I have spent my career here, and I am excited to get to work as supervisor of instruction.”
Rohrer is a 2004 graduate of Northern Kentucky University. She went on to earn a master’s of education from Indiana Wesleyan in 2006 and educational specialist and supervisor of instruction certifications from University of the Cumberlands in 2014 and 2019.
“I believe that our school district is a place of opportunity,” Rohrer said. “We have so many opportunities for our students, and we have tremendous opportunities for our professional educators as well. I am excited to help lead our school district, and I am looking forward to the future.”