Scott Moore has been selected as director of child nutrition for Hopkins County Schools.
He has served as Earlington Elementary School instructional leader for the past nine years. Moore began his career in education in 2006 as a 5th grade teacher at Earlington Elementary. He formerly worked at Madisonville Community College and Lear Corp., and served in the U.S. Air Force.
“I am so excited to be a part of the Child Nutrition Department of Hopkins County Schools,” Moore said. “I am very grateful for this opportunity and look forward to meeting new people and building lasting relationships.
“I'm eager to get to work and learn more about the people who love and feed our children,” he said, adding, “I know it will be a learning experience, but I plan on making it an enjoyable one for me and those I work with.”
Moore earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in educational leadership, both from Murray State University. He is currently working on another master’s degree from University of the Cumberlands.
“The Food Services Department is essential in providing our students with nutritional meals to ensure they have a successful day at school,” said Assistant Superintendent Damon Fleming. “This department is one of the largest departments in our district. Scott Moore’s dedication to student success, background in working in large logistical operations, and caring relationship-building personality make him a great selection to be the director of child nutrition for Hopkins County Schools.“