Dr. Scott A. Ziegler was named Superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools on June 8, 2021. Ziegler has filled in as LCPS’ between time administrator since January 1 when he was designated to succeed Dr. Eric Williams.
Dr. Ziegler previously worked at Portsmouth Public Schools and Virginia Beach City Public Schools as a custom curriculum and social studies educator.
He turned into a partner head and in this way a worker relations master after over 15 years as a homeroom educator. Scott Ziegler is the Superintendent for Loudoun County Public Schools.
Dr. Ziegler in the past worked at Portsmouth Public Schools and Virginia Beach City Public Schools as a specialized curriculum and social studies educator.
After over 15 years as a homeroom educator, he turned into an associate head and afterward a worker relations subject matter expert. Dr. Ziegler was the Executive Director of Human Resources and Special Projects for the Portsmouth Public Schools before joining LCPS.
— Scott Ziegler (@DrSZiegler) August 24, 2021
Scott joined LCPS in December 2019 as Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and Talent Development. Scott Ziegler’s age is assessed to be between 50 to 55 years of age.
In any case, his precise date of birth is yet to be found. Perhaps he needs to keep his own data out of online media stages. He is by all accounts a private individual who doesn’t prefer to share his own data on interpersonal interaction destinations.
Scott Ziegler was born in western Loudoun County. Dr. Ziegler previously filled in as a custom curriculum and social studies educator at Portsmouth and Virginia Beach Public Schools.
Scott has a doctorate in instructive authority from Northwest Nazarene University. He additionally has a testament of cutting edge graduate review in instructive administration from Cambridge College, and expert’s and four year certifications in auxiliary training and history from Eastern Nazarene College.
Dr. Ziegler joined LCPS in December 2019 as Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and Talent Development. Scott Ziegler’s compensation is $295,000 in the principal year of his four-year contract, which is the greatest time allotment an administrator can serve under Virginia state law.
The new understanding will begin on July 1 and keep going on June 30, 2025. He is acquiring an attractive compensation and carrying on with a lavish life because of his diligent effort and consistency.
Scott Ziegler isn’t terminated at this point however in excess of 60 guardians and understudies have appealed to the Loudoun County School Board for his nearby abdication. The guardians urged the board to “shut down this loathsomeness” by considering itself responsible and excusing Superintendent Scott Ziegler.
Furious guardians utilized Tuesday’s educational committee meeting to blame Ziegler and the educational system for endeavoring to disguise the supposed rapes by failing to address them. The administrator has been blamed for attempting to conceal the assault of a female understudy by a transsexual understudy. Twitter account.
— Scott Ziegler (@DrSZiegler) August 26, 2021