Meet Elementary (K-6) Principal Ann Brinkley

Ms. Ann Brinkley was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and graduated from Withrow High School. After high school, Ann attended the University of Cincinnati and studied African American Studies and English Literature. Ann also attended the Mount St. Joseph University and earned her Elementary Education certification along with a Master of Arts degree in elementary education. After earning her first Masters degree, Ann returned to the University of Cincinnati and earned an additional Masters degree in Educational Administration.

Ms. Brinkley has worked as a paraprofessional, teacher and administrator in a variety of educational settings including Cincinnati Public Schools, North College Hill City Schools and the Cincinnati College Preparatory Academy. Ann joined the Lockland Local Schools team in 2019 and is excited to lead Lockland Elementary School.

Ms. Brinkley has 4 children that have adopted her, five grandchildren and a dog named Maggie. In her spare time, Ann likes to travel, read, and try new adventures including skydiving and zip lining!

If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact Ms. Brinkley directly at 513-563-5000 or via email at ann.brinkley@locklandschools.org

Meet Jr/Sr High (7-12) Principal Adam Raby

Born and raised in Lockland, Adam Raby attended Lockland from kindergarten through graduation in 2002.

In addition to his involvement in athletics, Raby contributed to the academic sector as well. He began his teaching career at Lockland as a long-term substitute for 4th grade language arts in 2011. He then became the high school Physical Education and Health teacher the following school year and continued in this position for five years. Combining his love for education and athletics, Adam added the role of Athletic Director to his resume in 2015.

Adam pursued a full-time athletic director position at St. Bernard Elmwood Place High School at the start of the 2016 school year and the following year he was promoted to Dean of Students. He made the transition to administration this year as he became the Assistant Principal of St. Bernard Elmwood Place High School for the 2018-19 school year.

Mr. Raby lived in Lockland for 30 years and has been an active member of the school district and community. He served on Village Council for five years, and served one term as Vice Mayor of Lockland.

“In my new role as 7-12 grade principal at Lockland, I hope to reconcile the pride and tradition of the past with hope and growth for the future. I want to engage with the community and welcome their support to help provide our students with limitless opportunities

If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact Mr. Raby directly at 513-563-5000 or via email at adam.raby@locklandschools.org