Cash Hayden

Meet our Assistant Principal

Cash Hayden
Cash Hayden, Assistant Principal
Indian Hill Elementary School

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My #IHPromise – to forge relationships with students and help them grow as problem solvers. 

Being a member of the Indian Hill School District team enables me to professionally give back to the very district that helped to grow me as a child. I’m not just an IH alumni – I’m an official member of the 13-year club. We are and always will be Braves! 

Being a Brave as an administrator means that I am committed to providing leadership that will support students so they excel academically, strive to reach their potential, and become engaged in the school community. We create a culture for our students that sets an expectation they will  challenge themselves, build each other up, and lead with confidence.

The #IHPromise means we will generate an environment that embraces the uniqueness of each student and provides opportunity for them to use their gifts. 

It means that we will do everything in our power to give students the best experiences so they flourish, excel, and meet their potential.

Welcoming our students into the building is the best moment of my day, every day. It is great to see each student first thing in the morning – whether they are smiling, excited, tired, or even grumpy. I get the opportunity to help all students feel welcomed and prepared for a successful day at school.

Began serving the Indian Hill Exempted Village School District: 2017

Professional Background:
2002-2006: Intervention Specialist, Reading, Kindergarten Teacher, Cincinnati Public Schools
2006-2007: Intervention Specialist, Wyoming Middle School
2007-2017: Intervention Specialist, Dean of Students, Site Administrator – Alternative Program, Assistant Principal, Associate Principal, Mt. Healthy City Schools
2017-Present: Assistant Principal, Indian Hill School District

1999: Miami University, Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Communications
2006: Xavier University, Master of Education in Special Education