Carter County Schools make administrative changes

Published 4:05 pm Thursday, July 21, 2022

Carter County Schools announces administrative changes for the 2022-2023 school year. Our administrative goal is to provide our students and staff with highly qualified educators and administrators in key positions of responsibility and leadership.
DR. DIANA BOWERS has been named Assistant Director of Schools & Human Resources.
Dr. Bowers earned a Bachelor’s Degree in biology and chemistry and a Master’s from ETSU in Secondary Education. Additionally, she holds an Ed.D in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from ETSU. Dr. Bowers has 15 years experience in the classroom and administrative roles and most recently served as the Director of Special Education.
TIFFANY JENKINS has been named Director of Special Education. Tiffany earned a Bachelor’s in Pre- Law and a Master’s in Education from Emory & Henry College. Additionally, she holds an Education Specialist Administration Degree from Old Dominion University. She is currently pursuing a Special Education Certificate from the University of Tennessee. Mrs. Jenkins has nine years of classroom experience teaching all grades Pk-12 and most recently served as the Assistant Principal at Hampton High School.
MARK REVIS has been named Director of Career Technical Education & Safety. Revis holds a Bachelor’s Degree from E.T.S.U. and a Master’s Degree from Union College, Ky. Additionally, he earned an Educational Specialist Degree from University of the Cumberlands, Ky. He has 15 years of classroom experience and served as Principal of Hunter Elementary for seven years. Revis most recently served as the Director of Student Support.
DANNY MCCLAIN has been named Director of High School Curriculum. McClain is a 1989 graduate of Hampton High School. He earned his undergraduate degree from Lenoir-Rhyne University and a Master’s Degree from E.T.S.U. McClain has seven years of experience in the classroom and 20 years in administrative roles. He is beginning his 29th year serving the students of Carter County Schools and most recently served as the Director of Transportation.
RICHARD CHURCH has been named Director of Middle School Curriculum. Church earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s in Educational Administration from E.T.S.U. He also holds an Ed.S in Curriculum and Instruction from Lincoln Memorial University and is currently pursuing an Ed.D (ABD) from Carson-Newman University. He has 23 years of experience in education, including 10 years as both an elementary and high school principal. He most recently served as the Assistant Director of Schools and Human Resources.
KATHERINE HYDER is the new Director of Federal Projects. She earned a Bachelor’s of Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8), from E.T.S.U. and a Master’s of Education in Administration from Union College. Additionally, Mrs. Hyder holds an Education Specialist Degree in Administration/Supervision and Educational Leadership from Lincoln Memorial University. She has 17 years of experience in both classroom and administrative roles and most recently served as Principal of Happy Valley Middle School.
BETSY OLIVER has been Director of Elementary Curriculum. Oliver earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Education from E.T.S.U. She also earned an Educational Specialist Degree from Lincoln Memorial University and has 23 years of experience in the classroom and administrative roles, including both elementary and high school principal. She most recently served as the Director of CTE Programs.

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