Jefferson County High School - JCPSeSchool
|Artie Dietz earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Louisville. He earned his Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Bellarmine University. He returned to the University of Louisville to complete his Rank I in Administration and Supervision.
Mr. Dietz has served Jefferson County Public Schools in multiple capacities. He has worked in classified clerical and administrative positions. Currently, Mr. Dietz manages the day-to-day operations at JCPSeSchool, coordinates the College NOW! dual-credit program, serves as president of the Jefferson County Assistant Principals Association, and serves as project manager for the Jefferson County Alternative Schools Taskforce.
"Self-paced, competency-based online learning offers students of various ability levels the opportunity to eliminate learning deficiencies and earn additional credit by allowing students the flexibility of learning at any pace, any place, and at any time."
|Lisa Puccetti earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science and her Master in Education degree from the University of Louisville. She earned her Rank I in School Administration from IUS.
Ms. Puccetti began her teaching career at Assumption High School. She has held positions in Jefferson County Public Schools as teacher and Dean at Eastern High School, and Assistant Principal at Southern High School. She was chosen as the KASSP Kentucky Assistant Principal of the Year in 2010 and was also one of three finalists for NASSP National Assistant Principal of the Year.
Ms. Puccetti has held various advisory positions for the College Board and the College Board Southern Regional Office. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the Jefferson County Association of School Administrators and is a member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals.