Return to Headlines

FCS New Hires & Promotions for December 7, 2022

Posted 12/7/2022

New Hires & Promotions

Fulton County Schools would like to say "welcome" to our newly-hired principals and administrative staff. We also offer our "congratulations" to existing employees that move into these positions as well. We are proud to present our newest team members here and on our FCS Social Media.


Dr. Kevin Scott

Dr. Kevin Scott

Director of Student Discipline Intervention and Prevention

Dr. Kevin Scott is a passionate educator with 20 years of experience as a school counselor, high school administrator, and district specialist. He currently serves as the Coordinator of Student Discipline/Title IX for the Department of Student Discipline Intervention and Prevention.

As a school counselor at Gateway to College Academy from 2006-2015, Dr. Scott successfully created a pipeline for young people without a high school diploma into and through college.

As an assistant administrator at Tri-Cities High School from 2015-2017, Dr. Scott secured two grants to help improve climate and culture. As a result, TCHS office discipline referrals and out-of-school suspensions were reduced by more than 10%. He continued his passion for working with dual enrollment students by creating cohorts for grades 10th through 12th that completed some of their high school credits at local universities. The year he transitioned to his new position with the District, six seniors graduated with their high school diplomas and associate's degree.

In 2017, following his success at Tri-Cities High School, Dr. Scott was promoted to Behavior Program Specialist for the Westlake High School and Langston Hughes High School cluster, supporting 14 schools with Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and discipline matters. Under his guidance and leadership, 80% of the schools he provided direct support to obtained operational or higher PBIS implementation, with five identified by the Georgia Department of Education as Distinguished PBIS state level of recognition.



James Stewart

James Stewart

Executive Director, IT Infrastructure and Operations

Attending Kathleen Mitchell ES, Lakeshore HS and College Park HS, James is a proud product of Fulton County Schools. He is a 35-year employee of Fulton County, giving him a lifetime involvement with this great school district. He started as a paraprofessional while attending college, graduating from Mercer University with a degree in Organizational Leadership and Development. James worked through various positions in IT, with a strong commitment to help staff and students use technology to reach their goals. He is looking forward to this next phase in his journey and is very excited about the future in Fulton County Schools.