“Good morning, Scott County Schools. How may I help you?” The greeting when you call Central Office will be much the same but the voices will change. Long-time receptionist Carolyn McMillin retired this week after 27 years of service. Now when you call the district main office one of two new voices will greet you.
Say hello to Corinda Toy. Toy started with SCS in 2015. She will split her time also serving as an administrative assistant for Human Resources. Born and raised in McCreary County, Toy attended Cumberland College. She has lived in Georgetown for seven years with her husband Jonathan and their three children. “I am looking forward to meeting and interacting with the public in this position,” Toy said. “Doing two different jobs will keep me on my toes!”
Her counterpart on the phones will be Shari Coleman, a 15-year employee of SCS and lifetime Scott County resident. By her own admission, Coleman loves to talk. Her husband of 30 years and four children would likely agree! She hopes to be an encouragement to those who call and will do her best to be of help to anyone that needs it. Most recently serving as administrative assistant for the Gifted and Talented program, Coleman’s first official day at Central Office will be Monday, February 5.
The next time you call Central Office, be sure to give Corinda and Shari a warm welcome.