Robin Arnzen, a principal for ten year in the Fulton Independent School, will be taking on a new position for next year as curriculum specialist assisting the Director of Curriculum and Instruction. Her position will be funded by federal grant money.
Arnzen will be using her skills and knowledge in curriculum development and implementation to work with faculty and staff in improving instructional strategies in the classroom, developing learning cadres, and closing achievement gaps. She will be planning, organizing and promoting various activities necessary for the implementation of the state curriculum frameworks. With this position, Arnzen can concentrate on collaborating with the teachers to improve test scores and student achievement.
Arnzen is a graduate of Murray State University with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. She taught AP and Honors Chemistry for eleven years before becoming an assistant principal at Lyon County prior to coming to Fulton as a principal for Carr for eight years and the K-12 principal for the last two years.
Arnzen has been recognized as a Who’s Who Among College Students, Who’s Who among High School Teachers, and Who’s Who among Administrators. She received a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship to study Chemistry at Northern Kentucky University one summer and is a Kentucky Leadership Academy Alumnus. She received a commendation from US Senator Jim Bunning for her work at Carr Elementary School and has served as the First Region Principal Representative for the Kentucky Association of School Councils.