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Felicia Lindsay in a beige, gold, green, and black patterned blouse and pearl necklace

Felicia Lindsay

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Bringing 25 years of experience working with some of Fayette County’s most vulnerable students and families, Felicia Lindsay took the helm at the Family Care Center in July 2024. Previously, she was assistant principal at Martin Luther King Jr. Academy since 2018.

Lindsay began her journey in Fayette County Public Schools in 1999 as a paraeducator working with students receiving special education services at Southern Elementary School. She later became the Family Resource Center coordinator before moving into the classroom and teaching special education for seven years at Southern. Her experience includes working as a behavior interventionist at William Wells Brown Elementary and PASS (Positive Approach to Student Support) coach at Tates Creek Middle School, where she transitioned into administration as an assistant principal.

During her time at MLK Academy, Lindsay helped build systems and structures to support student success and promote positive behavior and led professional development to ensure consistent implementation. Those efforts decreased in-school and out-of-school suspensions. She is also the recipient of a Bronze Award from the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline. 

Lindsay holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Morehead State University, a master’s degree in Special Education from Georgetown College, and a master’s in Educational Leadership and principal certification from Eastern Kentucky University.