Family Resource Center Director

Kimberly Frisbee has her childcare credentials, early childhood certificate and infant toddlers and twos certificate. Kim is obtaining her associates degree in Early Childhood Education at McDowell Technical Community College. She will graduate in May 2024.


Kim began her career in 2006 as an assistant teacher at ECEC. She then moved into a lead teacher position and served all ages from birth through kindergarten. Kim left ECEC in 2018 and started working for McDowell County Schools as an assistant teacher at Nebo and North Cove Part Day Preschool classes. She moved into the lead teacher position at Nebo Elementary in August 2019. Kim is now the director of Old Fort Elementary Part Day Preschool program and the Circle of Parents facilitator.


Kim and her husband live in the Nebo area where they were both raised. They have a son, grandson and daughter in law. You can find them outdoors a lot, hiking with their dog Diesel or spending time with their grandson.


Kim’s Mission Statement:

 My mission is to help support all of the children and parents in our program. I support my staff as we are a team. I work hard to make everyone feel welcome and to grow our program plus our circle of parents. I am here to help start children’s education at a young age and to support parents in whatever way they may need me. I want everyone to have success and know they each matter.