Superintendent of Schools
Gregory M. Young
Greg Young received his Bachelor of Arts from Centre College in Danville, KY. He received his master’s degree in Education from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, KY. He has been in the Ross School District since 1988. He started as the assistant principal at Ross High School, and then became the high school principal in 1992. He was promoted to assistant superintendent in 2001 and became district superintendent in 2009. Mr. Young was born and raised in Ross Township and is a graduate of Ross High School. He currently lives in Ross Township with his wife, Kim. Mr. Young has two sons who were both graduates of Ross High School.
Christine Cook Poetter
Chris Poetter has been the treasurer since January 2007. She was Assistant Treasurer at Talawanda for three years before coming to Ross Local. Prior to that she worked in information systems for business and government employers. She received a B.S. in Systems Analysis from Miami University.
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Kathy Ann DiBlasi
Prior to joining the Ross Schools Leadership Team in 2012, Ms. DiBlasi was employed as the Executive Director of Curriculum for the Lakota Local School District. She has also served as a curriculum coordinator for Middletown City Schools and has held several administrative positions including middle school principal and high school principal. Kathy received her BA degree from SUNY Albany and her MA degree from Xavier University. She began her career in education as a high school English teacher.
Director of Personnel and Student Services
Ray Lyttle completed his undergraduate degree from Ball State University focusing in Physical Education and Health. He received his Masters in Education from Indiana University.
He has worked at Ross since 1993. He spent nine years as assistant principal at Ross High School and has been in his current role as Director of Personnel and Student Services since 2002.
Director of Technology
Brian Martin earned his bachelor’s degree from Miami University and his master’s degree from Xavier University.
He began his career in education in the Madison Local School District and then continued with the Oak Hills Local School District where he served as a social studies teacher and counselor.
Mr. Martin next served as the assistant principal of Indian Hill Middle School for four years, before becoming assistant principal, then principal, of Little Miami High School. He became the principal at Ross High School in 2011.
He resides in Hamilton with his wife, Jill and his newborn daughter.
Assistant Principal, Ross High School
Amy Webb earned her BA degree from Baldwin Wallace College and her MA in Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati. Amy taught social studies at Hamilton High School for eight years and served as the Hamilton Freshman School assistant principal prior to coming to Ross High School in 2012.
Chris Saylor began his career in 1994 as a mathematics teacher for the Hamilton School District. He has served as a building administrator at Ross Middle School since 2000 and has held his current role as Ross Middle School principal since the 2004-2005 school year. His undergraduate work was completed at the College of Mt. St. Joseph, and his graduate degree is from Miami University.
Assistant Principal, Ross Middle School
Dr. Christen Davis began her career in education in 1997. She has been in her current role in the Ross Local School District as the as the assistant principal of Ross Middle School since 2004. She completed her undergraduate work at Western Kentucky University and graduate work from the University of Cincinnati.
Deborah has been the principal at Elda Elementary since 2004. Prior to working for Ross Local Schools, she was a principal for 16 years in Fulton County, Ohio. Deborah has earned an Educational Specialist degree and holds licenses for K-8, Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent. Deborah has worked in education, serving students since 1977.
Principal, Morgan Elementary School
Tom Perry graduated from Miami University with a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1988 and a Masters in Education in 1991. He has eight years of teaching experience in grades four, five, and six. He was also the Assistant Principal at Ross Middle School for five years, and has held his current role as principal at Morgan Elementary since 2001.