Hi, my name is Vivian Setters
I am a 1979 graduate of Montgomery County High School. After graduating high school I attended Morehead State University where I earned a Bachelor and Masters degree. I begin working in Bath County as a special education teacher in 1984 at Salt Lick Elementary.
In 1999 I truly became a Bath County resident when my husband, daughter and I moved from Montgomery County into the Salt Lick area.
When Bath County Middle School was formed I worked between Salt Lick Elementary and Bath County Middle schools. In 1984 I had to decide to become a full time teacher at the middle school or travel between Salt Lick Elementary and Bethel Elementary Schools. I chose to travel between the two elementary schools, even though I liked working with both age groups.
I later attended Eastern Kentucky University and received a Rank I in Library Science. After being a special education teacher for 17 years, I become the library media specialist at BES and SLES. I held that position until Crossroads Elementary was built, I then transferred back into special education. I worked Bath County High School as an Exceptional Child teacher the 2014-15 school year. I am currently at Owingsville Elementary school as an Exceptional Child teacher year. I have found through experience, that change keeps me learning and motivated. I am looking toward another change this school year. I will be retiring from teaching at the end of December 2016.
It is time to take care of my family's needs. I will miss all the students, parents, staff I have worked with over my years of teaching. Please say "hi" when you see me in Wal-Mart , but remember--I am horrible with names and will probably have to ask who you are .
I enjoy many things including spending time with my family, reading and traveling.