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I lead with passion and purpose. Through the tenets of our Portrait of a Graduate, I’m committed to turning West Clermont into a destination district that is ready to welcome new families, and that provides a unique student-centered learning experience that creates future-ready students.

—Natasha L. Adams, Superintendent and CEO


West Clermont Schools welcomed Natasha Adams as superintendent in 2018. Since joining the district, alongside a strong and dedicated board and leadership team, she has undertaken a redistricting project of the elementary schools to more equally distribute the student population; supervised the building of two new elementary schools and renovation of another; developed the district’s first strategic plan; led the passage of the first operating levy in 16 years; and has built upon the district's culture and community partnerships through regular — and transparent — communication. Additionally, she was named Clermont County’s Business Woman of the Year in 2019.

She was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, attending Forest Hills Schools, the same district where she launched her career in education. She received her bachelor’s in middle grades education and master’s in instructional leadership from Northern Kentucky University, later earning her superintendent’s license at Xavier University.

She accepted her first teaching position in 1996, was promoted to assistant principal in 2003, and principal in 2006. While serving as principal in 2010, she put in place the “bring your own device” initiative, paving the way for a more modern and personal approach to learning across the district. In 2013, she became the executive director of curriculum and instruction for Forest Hills, where she led the district’s efforts to implement new learning standards in all subject areas. Her work led to State and National School to Watch designations, as well as Ohio Department of Education Straight A and Duke Energy grants for innovative practices.

She is married to Dale Adams, owner of Adams Heating Company, and has two teenage children, Casey and Grace.

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