Assistant Director of Special Education
Mary Lynn Clark
The Special Education Department's Collective Commitment to Student Success
We are committed to the continual improvement of every student's academic and social performance by:
Having high expectations for all students
Providing educators with tools to identify gaps in student instruction and achievement in order to implement programs/strategies that will address specific skill deficits
Ensuring all educators are accountable for student success
Effective utilization of resources (time, staff and funding)
Growing teacher leaders
Advocating for collaboration among all staff
Maintaining a high level of professional development
Increasing home and community awareness/involvement through seminars, district website and newsletters
All children can learn, but some learn differently. Some children need more help than others because they have a disability. We can help by accepting individual differences at home, work, and school. The Scott County School District, through Child Find Activities, is interested in finding all children with challenges and giving them a chance to learn. If you have, or know of, an infant, toddler, or youth who has a disability and is not getting needed special help, please call the Scott County School District at 502-863-3663.
Kentucky Department of Education Survey
The Department of Education is conducting a random survey of parents in Scott County who have a child with a disability. If you are selected to complete the survey, you will receive information by mail. Please assist us in collecting information about programs for students with disabilities by completing the survey and returning it to KDE. Thank you!
The School Psychologist's Couch - New and Improved!!
Kentucky Department of Education - Exceptional Children Division