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Hello and welcome! My name is Allen Trotter, and I am the principal at MCMS. My assistant principal, Mr. Josh Hurt, our guidance counselor, Mrs. Kelly Pennington, and all faculty and staff are excited about the opportunities that await you.

You are set to embark on a journey that will shape your future as a middle school student and contributing member of our community. This journey, based in large part on Personalized Learning, will allow students to gain the necessary skills that it takes to be successful not only in high school, but also in any post-secondary plans that our students may have. Whether you’re planning for a career in mechanics, farming, food service, education, health care, and/or you plan to attend technical school or college, we have what you need to prepare, but you have to be willing to work and sacrifice in ways that perhaps you never have. With that in mind, all of us at MCMS are here to serve you and do whatever it takes to help you be successful academically, socially, and emotionally.  

We want all interested parties to know that you are welcome to drop in on us at any time to experience what a difference our faculty and staff are making in the lives of tomorrow’s leaders. Thank you, Metcalfe County, for sending us your best!

Please feel free to contact me personally with any questions or concerns that may arise.

Sincerely,

Allen Trotter, Principal

Metcalfe County Middle School

allen.trotter@metcalfe.kyschools.us

270.432.3359

I was born in Memphis, Tennessee in June 1969. Growing up in and around the Memphis area, I attended Brighton Primary School grades 1-4, then Brighton High School grades 5-7,  Brighton Elementary School grade 8, and finally Munford High School grades 9-12. In 1992 I moved to Kentucky and began studying to become an educator at Lindsey Wilson College, where I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in 1997. I then went on to study Educational Administration at Western Kentucky University, earning my Master of Arts in Education, and my Rank I certification. I have been working in the Metcalfe County school district for 18 years. I have two girls, Alex and Grace, who are in 11th and 6th grades respectively. We have a redbone coonhound named Dixie. Finally, as a hobby, I play drums with the Hornet's Nest Pickers, which allows me to meet so many fine folks from Metcalfe County and surrounding areas.