Dr. Amy Crouse first joined the Tiger Family as the assistant superintendent of teaching and learning in August of 2014; she came to the district as a seasoned administrator with 21 years of service to students on her resume. She earned her bachelor's degree from Indiana University in elementary education in 1990, her master’s in education administration from the University of Cincinnati (UC) in 1997, and her doctorate of education from UC in 2012, where she served as an adjunct professor in educational leadership in 1998, 2000, and 2010-2014. She began serving students as a teacher in 1993 at schools in Illinois, then North Carolina, before taking an administrative role as an assistant principal for West Clermont Local Schools in Cincinnati (1997) and then principal for that same district (1999). She moved to the Princeton City School District to serve as curriculum coordinator (2004), director of curriculum and instruction (2008) and served that district as associate superintendent (2012-2014).
In addition, Dr. Crouse has been a featured conference presenter and contributing author to multiple publications.