The Graves County Board of Education has chosen the districts next superintendent.
The board on Wednesday unanimously approved Graves County High School Principal Matthew Madding for the role. He begins on July 1.
Madding said in a release he grew up, has worked and plans to retire in the district. He explained that his decision making will take into account impact over a long period time.
Madding has served as high school principal for six years. He previously served as interim principal and as principal of Farmington Elementary School.
He graduated from Graves County High School in 2002. Has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics education from the University of Kentucky, has a master’s in secondary education from Murray State University and another master’s degree in administration from Northern Kentucky University.
Kim Dublin retires on June 30. She served six years as superintendent and has a 31-year career in the district.