Misty Goble is a 22-year educator in Johnson County Schools. She earned her BA in Social Sciences from Morehead State University, her MA in Leadership with her Principal Certification from Marshall University, and her Rank I in Instructional Supervision from Union College. She has served as a high school social studies teacher and department lead, a new teacher mentor, and as an Elementary Assistant Principal. Mrs. Goble currently serves as the 21st Century Site Coordinator at Johnson Central High School and Johnson County Middle School, and as the 21st CCLC Program Director for Johnson County Schools.
In 2021, Mrs. Goble was inducted into the Kentucky Women in Educational Leadership: Third Cohort. The KWEL network is a part of the Kentucky Association for School Administrators and consists of women serving in high-level leadership roles in Kentucky School Districts. She has successfully procured and managed state and federal grants including the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant through KDE, the Community Coalition Grant through the Save the Children Network, KVEC’s Learning Innovation grant, and the NASA STEM grant in collaboration with You for Youth.
Mrs. Goble’s heart for students is displayed in her commitment to forging authentic connections and a relentless determination to identify and attack the barriers that shackle our marginalized populations. Mrs. Goble lives in Paintsville, Kentucky with her husband, Jason and sons: Tate and Trent. She travels and hikes at every opportunity, and looks forward to the advocacy opportunities as a Kentucky Ambassador for Afterschool.