Dr. Wendy M. Duvall has 26 years of educational experience in both Tennessee and Kentucky. The last fourteen of those years has been sitting at the helm of Hopkinsville Middle School as the principal. Dr. Duvall has a Bachelor of Science from Austin Peay State University, a Master of Education degree from Trevecca Nazarene University, a Specialist in Education from Murray State University, and Doctorate degree from the University of Kentucky.
Through her educational career, Dr. Duvall has been an elementary, middle, and high school teacher in the areas of mathematics and science. She has also served as a Curriculum Specialist at the high school level.
Dr. Duvall has been involved in many professional memberships, including Kentucky Association of School Administrators, Kentucky Education Association, and she has previously sat on the Kentucky Regional Foster Care Review Board.
Dr. Duvall believes student growth is the most important aspect of learning. All students can learn and grow in different ways, and at different rates. She believes with hard work, dedication, and perseverance all students can grow into educated young adults. Visibility, team work, and continuously encouraging students to push themselves academically, helps create school cultures where students can grow and reach their full potential.
Dr. Duvall states that the best part of her job is working with and mentoring students. She constantly models what is best for children, even if it is not popular. Staying positive, maintaining communication with parents, faculty, students, and the community helps parents feel proud to send their students to Kentucky public schools.
Dr. Duvall looks forward to continuing her educational career as the next Assistant Superintendent at the Todd County School District.