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Emmons Named Assistant Superintendent

Stephanie Emmons

Stephanie Emmons is the new Assistant Superintendent of Student Learning for Scott County Schools.  Emmons has served as Principal of Fleming County High School since 2015. 

“Ms. Emmons brings a variety of career experiences that make her a perfect fit for the Assistant Superintendent of Student Learning position,” stated Superintendent Billy Parker.  “From those most familiar with her work, there is a clear sense of trust in her ability to optimize school culture and student achievement. She is leaving a school that serves as a model among Kentucky schools thanks to her leadership.”

“I am honored to be a part of Scott County Schools as the Assistant Superintendent of Student Learning,” Emmons shared.  “I look forward to connecting and learning from the students, staff, and community.”

Emmons received her Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Arts in School Administration, and director of special education and superintendent certifications all from Morehead State University.  During her tenure in education, Emmons has also served as an elementary school principal and special education teacher. 

“Our superintendent and board team is focused on increasing and improving the learning experiences we provide our students,” Parker continued.  “Emmons has experience heading up the career and technical pathways of a district and understands the value of involving the local business community in this work to ensure their input is given the consideration it deserves.” 

Stephanie Emmons and husband Jay have three sons.  Calvin will graduate from high school this year.  Twins Trace and Tyson are currently in fifth grade.  Jay Emmons is an elementary school teacher.  The couple looks forward to relocating to Scott County.  They are excited to be a part of the Georgetown community.

“There are so many wonderful opportunities for students in Scott County that make it stand out among other school districts in central Kentucky.  I cannot wait to be part of such an outstanding learning community,” Emmons said.



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