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Hill Named Director of Student Services

Steve Hill has recently been named Director of Student Services for Scott County Schools. Hill transitions into his new role after serving as Federal Programs Manager in the Student Services department since 2006. He has also worked as Scott County Schools Migrant Instructor and Coordinator and is a former history and social studies teacher at Scott County Ninth Grade School.

β€œI am humbled to accept the position as the Director of Student Services. I look forward to working with each front office staff member in order to meet the needs of all children. The last 15 years of my life have molded me for this opportunity. I sincerely want the position to be about serving students,” Hill reflects on his new position as Director of Student Services.

Dr. Rick Culross, Director of Human Resources and former Director of Student Services for Scott County Schools, reflects on the selection of Steve Hill to fill this vital role for the district, β€œIn all of his decisions and actions, students come first for Mr. Hill. That is why he is a great addition to student services.”

Hill received a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgetown College in Marketing and Finance. He earned teacher certification at Eastern Kentucky University and a Master of Education degree and Rank I certification from Georgetown College before completing Director of Pupil Personnel certification at Xavier University. He also studied language and culture at the Universidad Latino de America in Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico. He began his tenure with Scott County Schools in 1998.

In addition to his career in education, Steve Hill is a highly regarded football coach at Georgetown College, serving in this role since 1997. Steve, his wife Dana, and their two children live in Bourbon County.

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For more information:

Renee Holmes, (502) 570-3059, renee.holmes@scott.kyschools.us





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