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MARTIN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Millay believes great things happen for students when people care enough
to invest in their education.
became an elementary school principal at 25. While serving
as a superintendent for the last 14 years in Kentucky’s public
schools, he also worked as an adjunct professor inspiring
students at Western Kentucky University and the University
His strong leadership in education received the attention of
top Kentucky leaders. For instance, he was recognized by the
governor as a Kentucky Colonel and was awarded Outstanding
Citizen by Kentucky’s House of Representatives.
Millay is congenial and brings an enthusiasm to his new
role. He stresses that he believes in serving the office of superintendent
with integrity and positive energy. Driven and
passionate about building students’ success, he explains how
he sees a big part of his job.
“I see myself as an advocate — one with servant leadership,
a servant’s heart,” he says. “I see myself as an advocate for all
kids in our schools to make sure that we’re giving them what
they need, to make sure that we’re being equitable and we’re
giving access to all. That word ‘all’ means all to me.”
BEGINNINGS IN THE BLUEGRASS STATE
Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Millay grew up in Meade
County where he lived on a farm. He comes from a large,
tight-knit, caring family. He is a middle child, one of seven
boys and a girl.
“When you grow up on a farm, everybody’s working and
going to school,” he fondly recalls. “You have a part to play.
You help each other. So, I kind of had a humble background
with high standards. My parents wanted us to do well in
school and be respectful.”
Millay’s parents, Harold and Susan, owned and operated
two restaurants in Irvington and Brandenburg, Kentucky.
They instilled a strong work ethic in their children, and at 13,
Millay began working there, honing good interpersonal skills.
“When you’re in a family restaurant type-of-work, it’s >>