Welcome to the Sevier County School System! We understand that as a school district we must make every effort to challenge each child to achieve to his or her greatest potential. It is essential that parents, educators and the community work together to prepare Sevier County's children for a bright future. We hope you find this website a useful resource in our partnership to prepare students to be college and career ready. We have included links to each of our schools as well as information about curriculum standards, instructional programs, and other various resources that we hope you will find useful.
District News & Information
Sevier County Board of Education Member Recognized for 25 Years of Service
The Tennessee School Boards Association recently inducted school board members into their Quarter Century Club. This prestigious recognition is given to members who have served 25 years on their local boards of education. Congratulations to John McClure, Sevier County Board of Education member, who received this service award for his years of hard work and dedication to the Sevier County School Board.
Congratulations to Dr. Stacia Lewis, Director of Elementary Education
The annual Supervisor of the Year Award recognizes instructional supervisors who support and facilitate educational opportunities for Tennessee’s students through their leadership, programs,
and vision. Award winners for each grand division of Tennessee were recognized by Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen on Tuesday at a banquet in Nashville. Dr. Stacia Lewis, Director of Elementary Education for Sevier County Schools, was named Supervisor of the Year for the East Grand Division!
Sharon Griffin, a Regional Superintendent of Innovation Zone Schools in Shelby County, was named Tennessee’s 2015-16 Supervisor of the Year as well as West Grand Division Winner. Jennifer Brown, supervisor in Dickson County Schools, was named the winner for the Middle Grand Division.
Dr. Jack A. Parton stated, “I am so proud of Stacia and the work that she does each day on behalf of the students, teachers, and principals of the Sevier County School System. She is an innovative leader who has a true commitment to teaching and learning.”
Dr. Debra Cline further clarified, “Stacia is very deserving of this honor. She provides outstanding leadership in our elementary education program and has been instrumental in the development of several programs and processes in our school system. For example, Stacia’s work has been instrumental in the effective implementation of Response to Intervention and Instruction. I appreciate and respect Stacia for her well-developed professional skills, dedication, outstanding work ethic, and passion for education!”