Phone: (270) 527-8628
Angie Fisk is the Director of Personnel and Human Resource for the Marshall County School System. She began her teaching career in Meade County as a fourth grade school teacher at Ekron Elementary for five years and served one year as an elementary guidance counselor. In 1998 she started in the Marshall County School District as guidance counselor at North Marshall Middle School and worked there two years. Sharpe Elementary hired Angie as principal in May of 2000 where she completed twelve years before leaving to take the positon at Central Office in July of 2012. Angie has been involved in several boards both past and present including the Marshall County Soccer Association, Team Kentucky Lake, Marshall County Arts Commission, Marshall County Backboard Club, Kentucky Association of Elementary School Principals, and the Kentucky Association of School Administrators. She is very passionate about working with the children and employees of Marshall County.
Three years ago Angie created the West Kentucky Personnel Group (WKPG) for area Personnel Directors, Human Resource Staff, and Superintendents in the western part of our state. She is actively involved with the Kentucky Associate of Human Resource Managers (KASHRM) at the state level and enjoys networking with all entities involved in the educational process.
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Value of Sick Leave Days
Benefit Information- Redirect to Employee Benefits: Jo Beth Appleton
- Retirement, Health, Dental/Vision, American Fidelity
AESOP- Employee Absentee Program: Carissa Darnall
Create absence and view Accrual Balances contact Carissa.Darnall@marshall.kyschools.us for login issues
Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Developed by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services (or DCBS), Division of Protection and Permanency, this training is free-of-charge. This content provides instruction for recognizing and reporting child abuse and neglect. The required assessment follows this training. Districts determine the delivery method for training completion.