Dr. Abbie Redmon is a life-long Warrick County resident. She is married to Tom and has three children: John, Marshall, and Lillie. Abbie graduated from Boonville High School. She completed her undergraduate degree at Indiana University, graduate work at Western Kentucky, and her Education Specialist License and Doctoral work at Indiana State University and Oakland City University. Abbie has worked for Warrick County School Corporation for 28 years and has served in many roles - teacher, counselor, assistant principal, principal, and the WCSC K-12 Director of Learning. Abbie enjoys reading, streaming, live theater, traveling, and, of course, advocating for children.
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Dr. Walter Lambert has been with the Warrick County School Corporation since 1995 when he became a teacher at the newly inaugurated Warrick Education Center. He spent seven years teaching social studies, mathematics, computer science, and work study while at the Warrick Education Center.
In 2002, he moved to Castle Junior High School to become the Assistant Principal and stayed there until the summer of 2006. At that time, Dr. Lambert became the principal of Yankeetown Elementary School and served there from 2006 to the summer of 2009. During this time, the corporation was planning to move to the middle school concept and build a new middle school. In December of 2007, Dr. Lambert was named as the new principal for the soon to be opened Castle South Middle School. He continued his duties at Yankeetown Elementary School while overseeing the construction, staffing, and programming for Castle South Middle School. He served as Castle South Middle School’s principal from the fall of 2009 until the spring of 2012.
Dr. Lambert was named as the Supervisor of Instruction in 2012 to help develop and implement the new certified staff evaluation system. In the fall of 2013 he was moved to the Director of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction and he served in this position until he transitioned to the role of Director of Student Services during the 2022-2023 school year.
Graduating from Noblesville High School, Dr. Lambert joined the United States Navy to become an Electrician's Mate Nuclear. After his service he attended the University of Evansville where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education - Social Studies. He then attended the University of Southern Indiana where he obtained his Masters of Science in Education in 1999. He attended Indiana State University and obtained three certifications and degrees. Dr. Lambert obtained his principal certification in 2001, his Educational Specialist degree in 2005
and his Doctor of Philosophy in 2012.
Mrs. Wagner has worked with the students and families of the Warrick County School Corporation since 2004. She began her career as a School Psychologist with the Gibson-Pike-Warrick Special Education Cooperative and remained with the Warrick County School Corporation after its dissolution in 2011. She served in this role through December 2016, working in several schools within the district including: Chandler, Yankeetown, Newburgh, Loge, Tennyson, Castle High School, and Castle South Middle School. Mrs. Wagner additionally served as a Special Education Supervisor starting in August 2012. She assumed her current position of Special Education Director in January 2017.
Mrs. Wagner earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, IN. She then attended Indiana University earning a Masters of Science in Educational Psychology and an Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology. She completed her certification for her Director of Exceptional Learners license at Ball State University.
Mrs. Wagner has lived in Warrick County since 2004 with her husband and two children. Her husband Matt has spent his career educating the students of Warrick County since 2001. Their children keep them busy with all of their activities from multiple sports to Show Choir. As a resident, employee, and parent of Warrick County students, Mrs. Wagner could not be more excited and dedicated to supporting the students, parents, and staff in our school corporation.
Mr. Fischer is entering his first year as the Director of Learning for the Warrick County School Corporation. Mr. Fischer earned his Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Western Kentucky University in 2007. Recently, Mr. Fischer completed his Education Specialist Degree (Ed.S.) from Indiana State University. He began his career in a neighboring county where he taught for 14 years. In his time there, he taught elementary, U.S. History, and AP World History. Mr. Fischer joined the Warrick County School Corporation as an EXCEL teacher at Boonville Middle School in 2014. Later that same year, he served as assistant principal at several Warrick County Elementary Schools. In 2015, he transitioned to the assistant principal position at Castle South Middle School and served in that role until being named principal of Tecumseh High School in 2019.
Mr. Fischer and his wife, Amanda, live in Warrick County with their children Karsten, Kyler, and Brandt. During his spare time, he enjoys reading, gardening, and training his German shepherd, Fergie.
Dr. Doug Gresham
For the past four years, Dr. Gresham has served as the Director of Human Resources at WCSC. Prior to his role as the Director of Human Resources, Doug spent 26 years at Castle High School as a swimming coach, teacher, assistant principal, and principal.
Dr. Gresham is a proud graduate of Boonville High School, class of 1989. Upon graduation he attended Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology before earning an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from the University of Southern Indiana in 1994. In 1998 Doug earned his Masters in Education from Indiana Wesleyan University. He completed the prestigious Indiana Principal Leadership Institute in 2020. As a lifelong learner, Doug defended his doctoral dissertation in July 2021 at Oakland City University.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Doug is an active member of the greater Warrick County community. He has served on various committees including the Warrick County Community Foundation, the Warrick County Drug Free Council, the Warrick County Community Corrections Advisory Board, and the Warrick County Cares Committee. Doug's dedication to ongoing professional development and staying abreast of emerging trends in education and human resources is a testament to his passion for continuous improvement.
Dr. Gresham and his wife, Kim, live in Warrick County with children Ashley and AJ. Doug is actively involved at Crossroads Christian Church. He enjoys reading and exercising in his spare time.