Tammy Bisotti is the new Director of Special Education for Scott County Schools. Bisotti is currently the Assistant Director of Special Education for Scott County Schools. She started her tenure with the district in 2002 as a school psychologist.
“Tammy’s familiarity with our students and staff will allow her to have an immediate impact on our students,” commented Superintendent Dr. Kevin Hub. “Her clear focus on improving instruction matches our school board’s emphasis on student performance.”
“Throughout my 15 years in Scott County Schools, I have been inspired by the remarkable growth in programming and services for students with unique needs,” Bisotti reflected. “I am excited to collaborate with others across the district to continue this forward momentum.”
Bisotti holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Transylvania University and a Master of Science in counseling and educational psychology and a Specialist degree in school psychology/educational psychology both from the University of Kentucky. She received her director of special education certification from the University of the Cumberlands.
The interview panel for the position included Superintendent Hub and Maurice Chappell, Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning, as well as Director of Student Services Lynne Switzer and Lori Beth Mays, Principal of Lemons Mill Elementary School. There was a deep applicant pool for the position with three highly qualified finalists selected for interview.
Bisotti will officially begin her new role on July 1, 2017 upon the retirement of Director Martin Hendrix. Tammy and husband Jamie reside in Georgetown with their children, Jeremy, Daniel, Rosa, and Harrison.