Kosciusko School District Names Wilbanks as High School Principal

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Dear KSD Staff,

I am thrilled to share some exciting news with you all! After careful consideration, we are delighted to announce that Macy Wilbanks has been selected as the new Principal of Kosciusko High School.

Macy Wilbanks is no stranger to our district, bringing with her a wealth of experience, deep-rooted commitment, and a proven track record of success. For the past seven years, Coach Wilbanks has served as an administrator for the Kosciusko School District. During her tenure, she has worn multiple hats, including District-wide Athletic Director for seven years, Assistant Principal at Kosciusko Junior High School for five years, and Assistant Principal at Kosciusko High School for the past two years.

Before her leadership roles, Coach Wilbanks dedicated five years to teaching and coaching within our district. She spent one year at Kosciusko Junior High School as an 8th-grade ELA Teacher and four years at Kosciusko High School, where she taught 9th and 10th grade English and served as the PLC Leader for the English Department.

Coach Wilbanks is a leader who inspires confidence and trust. Her exceptional ability to unite people around a common goal, her effective communication skills, and her talent for building strong, meaningful relationships are just a few of the qualities that make her the perfect fit for this leadership role. Her dedication to maintaining high levels of discipline and her unwavering commitment to the school and the community further highlight her fit for this position.

Please join me in extending a warm welcome to Macy Wilbanks as she steps into her new role as Principal of Kosciusko High School. We are confident that KHS will continue to thrive and reach new heights under her leadership.

Thank you for your continued dedication to our students and our district. Let’s look forward to an exciting new chapter together!

Best regards,

Dr. Zach Bost

2 comments
  1. Karen Freeman
    Karen Freeman
    June 26, 2024 at 1:15 AM

    Congratulations, I am so happy for you. I know you will do well. May you have a great year.
    Karen Shepard Freeman

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  2. Jaymar Jackson
    Jaymar Jackson
    June 26, 2024 at 4:20 PM

    It is so refreshing to see a school district reward an employee who has dedicated her life to the district. Other school districts need to take heed and maybe our state would not be looking for educators.

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