Tabetha Housekeeper is the new Director of Student Services for Scott County Schools. Housekeeper has served as Principal of Lemons Mill Elementary School since 2018 where she also served as Assistant Principal and was a teacher for five years. Housekeeper started her career as a teacher at Anne Mason Elementary School.
“I am excited to continue working with principals and school and district leaders to provide support to students and families in our community,” Housekeeper stated. “It will be my job to provide the tools needed to access resources for students as we build relationships with families.”
In her role as Director of Student Services, she will work to navigate the recovery of learning for students as she provides support to schools and works to create and strengthen community partnerships.
“Tabetha Housekeeper has a passion for service and a clear vision for the future of this position,” noted Superintendent-Elect Billy Parker. “She has been an instrumental part of the student recovery team and will continue this work in her role as Director of Student Services.”
Housekeeper earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgetown College where she also completed a Master of Science in Learning & Behavior Disorders. She also holds a Master of Science in Instructional Leadership from Asbury.
While it is difficult for her to leave the students and staff of Lemons Mill, Housekeeper looks forward to helping the school as they begin the process of hiring a new principal.
Tabetha and husband Shan have been married for 16 years and have three children: twins Zaden and Zyler are 13 and attend Scott County Middle School. Nine-year old Zimrie will be in fourth grade at Lemons Mill Elementary.