Dr. Jonda Tippins has been named Interim Principal of Scott County Ninth Grade School. Tippins has been with the school for 10 years serving as both Dean of Students and, most recently, Assistant Principal. Past experience includes 15 years teaching English, Latin, and Sociology in Madison County. Dr. Tippins replaces Dwayne Ellison who was recently named Director of Maintenance for Scott County Schools.
“We are looking forward to a wonderful year. Our students, parents, and staff make Scott County Ninth Grade School a special place. I am honored to take the reins. We are working diligently to help the Class of 2019 reach their highest potential,” Tippins commented on her new position and goals for the coming year.
Dr. Tippins earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and Secondary Education from Eastern Kentucky University before earning a Master of Arts in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Latin from the University of Kentucky. She achieved Rank I from Eastern Kentucky University with certification to be a Principal, Director of Pupil Personnel, Instructional Supervisor, and Superintendent. Continued education includes a Doctor of Education degree also completed at EKU.
“We can’t wait to meet our parents and students at Open House on Thursday, July 30 from 5:30-7:30pm.” Tippins and her staff at the Ninth Grade School are busy preparing for the first day of school in Scott County on August 5.
A native of Madison County, Tippins resides in Georgetown. She and husband Tom have two children and two grandchildren.
For more information:
Renee Holmes, (502) 570-3059, firstname.lastname@example.org