I couldn't be more excited to greet you as the new Superintendent of Floyd County Public Schools. Leading this incredible educational community fills me with enthusiasm and a strong sense of committment. My top priority is to create a safe, nurturing, and inspiring learning environment for all of our students.
By fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and compassion, we'll empower our students to become lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and responsible citizens. Our team of dedicated educators is passionate about tailoring their teaching methods to meet the diverse needs of our students, helping them unleash their full potential. Through an engaging curriculum and top-notch resources, we'll nurture their academic talent and instill a love for learning that extends beyond the classroom.
We also understand the importance of collaboration and active involvement from parents, guardians, and the greater Floyd community. Your partnership is invaluable, and together, we can create an educational system that empowers our students to succeed. I encourage you to actively participate in school activities, engage with our staff, and share your unique perspectives to enrich the educational experience of our students.
As we embark on this journey together, I'm eager to witness the growth and accomplishments that lie ahead. I have full confidence that, through our collective efforts, we'll build a dynamic educational environment that equips our students to thrive in an ever-changing world.
Once again, welcome to Floyd County Public Schools. Let's embrace this new chapter with excitement, determination, and a shared vision of excellence. Together, we'll inspire greatness in every student, every single day.
Degrees and Certifications:
Dr. Jessica A. Cromer
Dr. Cromer has been serving Floyd County Public Schools since August of 2005. She began her career teaching middle school social studies and science at Check Elementary before moving into school administration as the Assistant Principal/CTE Director at Floyd County High School. Dr. Cromer returned to Check Elementary in 2013 as principal and served as the Assistant Superintendent of Instruction and Innovation in Floyd County Public Schools from 2017-2023.
Educationally, Dr. Cromer received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Virginia Tech in 2003 and a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Virginia Tech in 2005. She also earned a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Radford University in 2009. Dr. Cromer completed her Doctorate Degree in Education at Radford University in 2022. Dr. Cromer lives in Floyd County with her husband, Grady Cromer and their son, Bennett who will enter kindergarten at Check Elementary School this fall. They enjoy spending time outdoors and working on their cattle farm.