Superintendent Ketti Davis serves the Central staff and community by creating, providing, and supporting high-quality teaching & learning opportunities. 


Mrs. Davis first joined the Central family as a teacher in 1992. In her almost 28 years in education, Mrs. Davis has supported student learning as a teacher, instructional coach, technology trainer, grant writer, and administrator of assessment and technology. For 5 years, she served as a school principal in Sanger Unified at which time she facilitated a school’s academic goals that helped one school exit program improvement and another to gain Distinguished School Status. 


Mrs. Davis was born and raised in San Jose, California. However, she has called the Central Valley her home for 30 years. She received her teaching credential from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from California State University, Fresno, and her administrative credential from Fresno Pacific University. Her graduate studies focused on adult learning theory and the practices and research associated with creating effective professional learning opportunities for adults in the educational organization. She was recently honored by District 1 Council Member Esmeralda Soria as one of the 2021 Women of the Year as well as previously named ACSA’s Curriculum and Instructional Administrator of the Year for Region IX.


She is married to a middle-school educator and loves to spend any free time she has with her two children, watching sports, reading, or traveling.