The Warren Elementary Site-Based Decision Making Council is proud to announce Mr. Marlow Hazard as the next principal of Warren Elementary.
Since 2021, Mr. Hazard has served as the assistant principal of Warren Elementary, where he
provided administrative support for innovative instructional programs, supervised and evaluated
teaching and support staff, and assisted with administrative oversight of school operations. Prior
to coming to Warren Elementary, Mr. Hazard served as an assistant principal at Stevenson
Elementary in Russellville, Kentucky, and was a high school special education teacher in Trigg
County for two years and at Greenwood High School for five years.
Mr. Rob Clayton, Superintendent of Warren County Public Schools, states, “Our committee was
impressed with the number and quality of applicants. Mr. Hazard’s professionalism and advocacy
for students are two characteristics that really stood out throughout the process. Mr. Hazard’s
experience and familiarity with the Warren Elementary community will serve him well as he
transitions into this lead role.”
After the announcement, Mr. Hazard said, “I am honored to be chosen as principal of Warren
Elementary. I feel very fortunate to be a part of this school and look forward to supporting the
students, staff and community in this role.”
Mr. Hazard earned a Bachelors of General Studies in Education from Western Kentucky
University in 1999 and a Masters of Arts in Special Education from Campbellsville University in
2012. He also completed the Administrative Certification Rank 1 at Western Kentucky
University in 2017.
Mr. Hazard will assume his new responsibilities on July 1, 2022.