Andrea Hoskins is the new family resource center director for Fancy Farm and Lowes elementary schools. She previously held the same position from 2008-12 at other Graves County elementary schools.
In between, she partnered with her sister to create A&A Boutique, a retail business featuring women’s clothing and accessories, with two locations in Paducah. She says her sister will continue with that business. However, she is excited to return to the Graves County Schools and its family resource centers.
“It’s all about the kids,” Hoskins explained. “I have a passion for helping children and families. My purpose, I believe, is to do that. I enjoyed that work before. So, when I saw this opportunity, I had to apply because it was one of my favorite experiences.”
“Andrea Hoskins did a phenomenal job for us a few years in the past as a coordinator at the Sedalia/Cuba resource center,” said the district’s director of pupil personnel, Christy Puckett. “She plans to pick up again with a seamless transition in her new role, serving our district at Lowes and Fancy Farm. We’re very happy to have her back.”
“I believe FRYSC centers make a difference with the kids and their families and that is very rewarding,” Hoskins concluded. “We all work hard and well together with those students for their success by removing barriers to learning. I really look forward to working with the schools, staffs, and students in the Lowes and Fancy Farm communities.”
Andrea Hoskins says she’s happy to return to the Graves County Schools, as a family resource center director at Lowes and Fancy Farm elementary schools. She held a similar position in the district a few years ago at other schools. “It’s all about the kids,” she explained, “I have a passion for helping children and families. My purpose, I believe, is to do that.”