Working to provide a safe, unsurpassed education, administrators in the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated Schools provide the services and structure for student success. The NAFCS administrative team is an experienced group of educators who care deeply about students.
Superintendent, Dr. Bradley J. Snyder
As the chief school executive officer for the NAFC schools, Dr. Snyder oversees the development of a positive educational program to meet the needs of the Floyd County community. He is charged with carrying out the policies adopted by the Board of School Trustees. His mandate is to provide leadership for the preparation and submission of recommendations relative to all matters requiring Trustee action. He places before the Board necessary information, facts, and reports to ensure informed decision-making. Dr. Snyder continuously works to refine an academic framework which will prepare NAFC students for their future. The Superintendent engages daily with all staff to build a cohesive leadership team.
As the Superintendent, Dr. Snyder is engaged in many local and state policy issues. He assists with the facilitation of various organizational related problems and dispute resolution. He plans district capital improvements, participates in labor negotiations, and supervises the administration of various employee benefit programs. He ensures district compliance with federal and state law as well as grant initiatives by providing accurate data reporting and appropriate correspondence. Dr. Snyder also provides leadership to most insurance and legal matters in the district.
During Dr. Snyder’s professional career, he has been active in State and National school leadership. Dr. Snyder is a past recipient of the Indiana School Business Official of the Year Award. He has served two terms on the Board of Directors for the Indiana Association of School Business Officials (IASBO) and is a Past President. He has chaired numerous policy and study committees and is a frequent presenter at seminars and conferences. On the national level, Dr. Snyder has been a Vice Chairman of the School Finance Committee for the International Association of School Business Officials (IASBO).
During his tenure, Dr. Snyder has published many articles in his field of interest. He has taught public school finance for Indiana University Bloomington and Indiana University Southeast in New Albany. Dr. Snyder is an engaged citizen and resident of New Albany, Indiana.
Assistant to the Superintendent for Administration and Operations, Bill Briscoe
Bill Briscoe became Assistant to the Superintendent for Administration and Operations in August of 2007. Some of his primary duties include overseeing Human Resources, policy development, labor relations and collective bargaining, liaison with outside legal counsel, EEO officer, contact for questions and concerns of administrators, teachers, non-certified employees, parents, students, and community members.
Mr. Briscoe evaluates the Director of Human Resources, Director of Student Services, Director of Assessment and Student Information, and the Director of Student Programs and Cultural Responsiveness.
Bill spent fifteen years as a teacher at Greenville Elementary and Lillian Emery Elementary. He began his administrative responsibilities serving as building principal for eight years at Silver Street Elementary and was promoted to Director of Elementary Education and Title 1 where he spent six years working on student learning and supervising thirteen building principals. He spent his undergraduate education at Indiana State University and completed his graduate work at Indiana University Southeast.
Associate Superintendent, Dr. Louis Jensen
Dr. Jensen oversees the administrative team for Floyd Central HS, New Albany HS and Prosser School of Technology. In addition, his responsibilities are to develop the high school curriculum framework and work with teachers in developing classroom instructional strategies that will increase student learning.
Jensen served as the principal of the two-time National Blue Ribbon Award Winning (1996 & 2002) Floyd Central High School. He currently serves as the instructional leader of the school and the main evaluator of all teachers and support staff.
Louis received his bachelor’s degree from Hanover College and earned his master’s degree in education from Indiana University Southeast. He earned his Doctorate from Indiana State University in 2014.
Dr. Jensen’s professional experiences include teaching social studies and coaching for ten years. In 1994 he became Assistant Principal of Student Development at Floyd Central High School, which involved working with students to achieve success in the classroom. After two years, he moved to Assistant Principal of Staff Development where his primary responsibilities were to facilitate teacher growth and implement new curricular programs. In 2008, he was named Principal of Floyd Central High School.
Professional honors include serving as an Indiana Principal’s Leadership Academy facilitator, IASP District 12 Assistant Principal of the Year in 2001, and receiving the Indiana High School Press Association Principal of the Year Award in 2010.
Assistant Superintendent of Middle School Education, Dr. Steve Griffin
Steve Griffin oversees the NAFCS Middle Schools as well as High Ability and English Language Learner programming. Steve works closely with NAFCS team members to ensure a high-quality, engaging educational experience for our students.
Prior to returning to NAFCS in 2017, Steve served as Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education for Greater Clark County Schools from 2015-17. Steve served as Principal of Highland Hills Middle School from 2007 – 2015. Steve, along with his HHMS teammates, earned numerous awards including the IDOE Four Star Award from 2010 – 15 as well as a National School to Watch honor in 2015. Steve served as an Assistant Principal from 2001 – 2007 at Floyd Central Jr/Sr High School and Highland Hills Middle School. Steve taught high school biology and chemistry at Jeffersonville High School from 1993 – 2001.
Steve earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Louisville in 1991 and his master’s degree from Indiana University Southeast in 1998. In 2014, Steve earned his doctorate in Educational Leadership from Indiana State University.
Assistant to the Superintendent of Elementary Education/Title I, Tony Duffy
Tony Duffy is serving as Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education and Title 1. His responsibilities include working with the nine elementary principals to ensure high levels of academic achievement of all students. Tony leads elementary curricular and instructional initiatives, plans and conducts professional development activities, and collaborates with Title I administration to plan and execute successful programming in the elementary schools with the highest concentration of poverty in the district.
Tony received his Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree from Indiana University Southeast. He obtained 30 credit hours above a Masters concentrating these studies in administration and leadership.
Tony’s background includes teaching grades four thru six for 10 years, as well as serving in administration as an intern, assistant principal, and principal for 18 years.
Professional honors include a school visit from President George W. Bush while serving as a principal at Silver Street Elementary in 2007. He has participated in the Indiana Principal’s Leadership Academy, Center for Educational Leadership, and IN School Safety Specialists Training.
Director of Assessment & Student Information, Sally Jensen
As the corporation testing coordinator, Sally’s primary responsibility is the administration of the ISTEP+ testing program. This includes the ISTEP+ testing program in grades 3-8 and 10 as well as the ISTEP+ Graduation Exams in Algebra I and English. In addition to this role, Sally is responsible for our student information system and Indiana state reporting. Additionally, Sally works with teaching staff in the development of the district’s Common Formative Assessments (CFAs). CFAs are the essential component used in the SYSTEM to SYSTEM collaborative discussions of student achievement data with teachers and administration.
Sally earned a B.S. in Secondary Education (mathematics major) from Indiana University Southeast as well as an M.S. in Secondary Education. Sally received additional training in database administration and computer programming.
Before coming to New Albany Floyd County, Sally taught mathematics at Salem High School. She then taught mathematics and computer programming at New Albany High School for 20 years. Sally also served as the district’s secondary math curriculum chair for ten years. One of the strategic goals of the school corporation is to make information more accessible to students, staff, parents. Sally’s extensive training in database development and administration allows our staff to incorporate data driven decision making for our students’ academic achievement.
Director of Student Programs and Cultural Responsiveness, Sharon Jones
Sharon Jones is responsible for the development of the minority recruitment program; implementation of the secondary scholars’ cohort programs; monitors curriculum and human resource matters related to equity and diversity; coordinates the Mentor Mii Program; and interfacing with various community organizations.
Sharon received a B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of Louisville and a Masters in Education from Indiana University Southeast. She earned 30 credit hours above the Masters at the University of Louisville with a concentration in administration.
Sharon began her elementary teaching career in Kentucky before joining New Albany-Floyd County Schools as a Special Education teacher, Assistant Principal, Title I Coordinator, and Principal.
Professional honors include IASP District 12 Assistant Principal of the Year 1999 and Elementary Principal of the Year 2010.
Chief Business Officer, Chris Street
Chris Street serves as the Chief Business Officer and Treasurer of the New Albany Floyd County School Corporation. His duties include oversight of: budgets, compliance, payroll, accounting, food service, and transportation. His responsibilities involve managing an excess of $150 million and the direction of over 250 employees.
Previously, Chris was a certified public accountant at Monroe Shine & Co., Inc. where he audited financial institutions and performed a variety of other audit engagements and tax work. For 10 years, he taught high school math and business, eight of which were at Floyd Central High School.
Chris’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana State University, a Master of Science in Business Administration and Strategic Finance from Indiana University Southeast, as well as a CPA designation in the State of Indiana.
Professional honors include the Tribute to Excellence Award in Teaching from Floyd Central High School, the Outstanding MBA & MSSF Graduate Student from Indiana University Southeast, and the Monroe Fellowship Award for outstanding service from Monroe Shine & Co., Inc.
Director of Payroll, Tammy Lamon
Tammy Lamon serves as the Director of Payroll at the New Albany Floyd County School Corporation. She assumes primary responsibility in the processing of payroll and its deductions for FICA, ISTRF, PERF, 403(b), health insurance, dental insurance, and other required salary deductions. As the Director of Payroll, Tammy also prepares reports to assist with collective bargaining while overseeing data processing operations.
Director of Human Resources, Jeanine Corson
Jeanine Corson became the Director of Human Resources in July of 2018. Some of her primary duties include managing the Human Resources department, providing consultation to management on staffing, compensation, benefits, training and employee relations.
Jeanine earned a Bachelor of Business Education from Eastern Michigan University as well as an Masters of Business Administration with a Principal Licensure from Indiana State University.
Prior to joining New Albany Floyd County Schools, Jeanine was the Director of Human Resources for Warsaw Community Schools for three years. She taught Business Education for 8 years at Homestead High School and Elmhurst High School. Jeanine’s extensive Human Resources experience comes from her 20+ years in the private sector of which the majority of that time was in Human Resources.
Director of Student Support Services, Michele Ferree
Michele Ferree is responsible for ensuring students with disabilities, attending New Albany Floyd County Schools, have access to educational programs and specialized services needed to be successful in school. Student Services is also home to school nursing/health services and social services. The department works closely with parents and members of the community to ensure children attending public schools are healthy and have all required childhood immunizations and resources needed to be successful in school.
Michele earned both her B.S. and M.S. in Elementary Education/Special Education from Indiana University Southeast. In 1996 Michele completed the required post-graduate courses to obtain her certification in Public School Administration and began her career as a school administrator in 1998. Michele obtained her Education Specialist Ed.S to obtain her Director of Special Education License from the University of Louisville Graduate School in 2003.
Michele’s background includes teaching special education at both Floyd Central Jr. High School and Scribner Middle School prior to becoming a Special Education Facilitator in the district. After leaving the classroom, Michele went briefly to NAHS as an assistant principal and then back into special education in an administrative role.
Michele is a member of the Indiana Council for Special Education Administrators.
Director of Facilities, Bill Wiseheart
Bill Wiseheart is responsible for buildings and grounds maintenance, custodial services, new construction, building security, safety, and regulatory compliance. Bill works with the facilities office staff, maintenance and custodial staff, Architects, Engineers, contractors, and other professionals to ensure that our students and staff are provided with a safe, clean, comfortable, and efficient educational environment.
Bill has held a variety of positions in operations and project management with our corporation. While manager of energy systems, he created building automation system programming that allowed the development of an energy efficient heating and cooling design that has now been installed in nearly 200 schools in our region. While maintenance supervisor and as director of Facilities, he oversaw the complete replacement of all our mechanical systems. He has been involved in every construction project since 1986 and has participated in project management since 1990. He is the author of our present energy conservation program which, in its seventh year, approached $4,000,000 in cost avoidance.
Bill graduated with honors from Ivy Tech and in 2004 received their alumni of the year award. He is a graduate of the Indiana School Safety Specialist Academy. He and his wife Mary have three children and one grandchild. Bill is a resident of Floyd County and serves as an elder at Faith Community Church.
Director of Technology and Instructional Resources, Bill Hamby
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Director of Transportation, Eric Reid
As the Director of Transportation, Eric is responsible for transporting close to 10,000 students to and from school and overseeing the daily operation of 168 employees, along with a $6 million budget.
Eric earned his B.S. in Finance from Indiana University Southeast. He served as a Board Member for STAI (School Transportation Association of Indiana), Director of Region 10 School Districts, member of STAI & NAPT (National Association of Pupil Transportation) and was 1 of 7 Indiana Transportation Directors chosen as an Official Delegate in 2005 to the 14th National Congress on School Transportation. The National Congress was held in Warrensburg, Missouri and the delegates participate in revising a 400-page manual known as the “National School Transportation Specifications & Procedures.”
Eric holds numerous Certifications from NAPT (National Association of Pupil Transportation) and has been attending Transporting Students with Disabilities & Preschoolers National Conference since 2009.
Eric spent 5 years as the Director of Transportation for West Clark Community Schools. In 2011, he moved to NAFCS and became the Assistant Director of Transportation for 5 years before becoming the Director of Transportation. Eric lives in Greenville with his wife and 2 children.
Director of Food and Nutrition, Leslie Beech
Leslie Beach is a Texas native who relocated to the area in 2020. She holds two Bachelor of Science degrees in both Culinary Arts and Food Science, Nutrition & Health Promotion. She comes to NAFCS with more than 13 years of experience in the food service industry, including 7 years as a chef for major hotels & resorts as well as operations experience within hospitals & grocery chains with a heavy focus on nutrition and retail dining.
Leslie’s education, together with her work experience within multiple segments of the food service realm, has helped her to succeed in within many different roles within the industry.
Beach has a passion for high-quality ingredients, nutrition, and establishing healthy eating patterns in children. She loves what she does and appreciates the opportunity to grow with NAFCS and help nourish children’s minds and bodies by expanding programs and focusing on multiple facets of nutrition and engagement for all of our children.
Director of Career and Technical Education, Dr. Kyle Lanoue
Dr. Kyle Lanoue oversees the Prosser Career Education Center and CTE District #45. This includes management of Prosser’s multimillion-dollar budget that includes numerous grants. He is also responsible for the development of cutting-edge CTE programs for the students of CTE district #45. A graduate of Rensselaer Central High School and Indiana State University, Kyle taught Technology and Engineering Education at the High School Level as well as at the College of Education and College of Technology located at Indiana State University. During his time at Indiana State University, Kyle completed his Doctoral work in Educational Leadership and Supervision in 2008.
During his years of service, he has been a teacher, coach, professor, and building-level administrator. His experience in education spans more than twenty years and covers working as a teacher and leader at all levels of education, PK-Graduate School. Kyle began his administrative career in 2008 as a building-level leader at Hazelwood Middle School before becoming a principal at Pine View Elementary, Grant Line Elementary, and S. Ellen Jones Elementary. Kyle’s longest tenure was spent at Grant Line Elementary from 2010-2019.
Named a Lilly Fellow in 2012, Kyle has many professional honors that include being named Rookie Teacher of the Year and Grant Line Elementary being named a Model Professional Learning Community.
Kyle and his wife have three children and live in Floyd County.