Bedford County Schools Names Coordinator for SACP Program

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tammy Garrett is pleased to announce the appointment of Lyndsay Davis to coordinator of the school-age care program (S.A.C.P.) for Bedford County Schools (BCS). Davis will be responsible for districtwide supervision of SACP, which provides quality care for students in a safe and enriching environment before and after school hours.

“We are excited to have Mrs. Davis in this role at our central office,” commented Garrett. “Her passion for educational excellence and leadership is something we look forward to having on our team at the district-level.

Davis has worked at BCS for almost seven years. She has a Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance Certification through TSU and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education.

“My philosophy on SACP is realizing the importance of caring for students after school hours. We have made progress over the years by expanding after-care services and addressing the individual needs of every student,” commented Davis. “My goal for the future is providing
comprehensive and enlightening after-care experiences for every student.”

Davis explained that she is looking forward to working with a great group of people and building positive relationships with staff and students. Davis is a mother of three and has been married to her husband for 16 years.

“I am a family-oriented person and feel that our workplace should have that family feel as well. I tend to be laid-back and have a soft spot for kids. I have several years of leadership experience and am open to new ideas to bring to the program. I am excited to take on this role as the
coordinator of SACP, and my door is always open.”

Bedford County Schools is a district of sixteen schools committed to the academic and personal success of each child and serving over 9,000 students.

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