2016 Woodford Hall of Fame
The Woodford County Public Schools Hall of Fame's fifth class will be inducted at a dinner on Sept. 10. at WCMS. The 2016 class includes 12 individuals and a group of eight longtime volunteers. This week we profile: Academics (Distinguished achievement as a student, teacher, professor or administrator):
. Pamela McGill Duncan (Woodford County High School, 1981): Duncan has used professional degrees to advance education in a number of arenas. Currently serving as associate general counsel for the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, Duncan has also been a high school teacher in Oklahoma, a professor at the University of Kentucky School of Library and Information Science, and an adult-education tutor. After graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree from UK, Duncan earned a law degree and served on the UK Law Review, and she graduated with high distinction from the UK School of Library and Information Science.
. Darlene Lodmell Porter (WCHS, 1994): After graduating with honors from WCHS and Western Kentucky University, Porter has achieved success in Warren County, where she serves as dean of students at Alvaton Elementary School. Early in her career, Porter was recognized for superior instruction by Renaissance Learning. She also has served as curriculum coordinator and has led several initiatives, including organizing a robotics team and a news team within her school. She has presented at education conferences and has received awards from her students and peers. For ticket information, call or email Bob Gibson, (859) 879-4600 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the hall of fame, visit wcpshalloffame.weebly.com.