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Kim Biddle
DPP


Kim.Biddle@bath.kyschools.us

Kim Biddle - FRYSC District Contact (bio)

EDUCATION
BA Elementary Education K-4, 5th -6th Self-Contained                
MA in Elementary Education  
MA - Administration/Principal (K-12)
Rank I -Supervision of Instruction  (Level ll)
Director of Pupil Personnel Certification (Level ll)
Superintendent Certification

BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Director of Pupil Personnel
Safe Schools Coordinator
Infinite Campus Co-Program Manager
Drug Testing Coordinator
Second Chance Academy -  Principal
Community Connect/Graduation Success Academy -Night Class Coordinator
FRYSC Coordinator
School Health District Contact
Superintendent's Wellness Committee -Chair
ESS Coordinator
Title I Co-Coordinator
Title VI Coordinator
Migrant Education
KEES District Contact
Advanced Education - Co-Lead
CDIP/CSIP - Co-Lead
Certified Evaluation - Co-Lead
Assessment - Co-Lead
Region #9 Representative- KY Director's of Pupil Personnel 
 

Kim taught elementary education for 11 years in Fleming County where she served on numerous committees. She was a Core Knowledge Coordinator, Gifted & Talented Dance Instructor, Simons Middle School Cheerleading Sponsor, District Virtual Team, and a booster mom.  Kim was  Director of Pupil Personnel for two years in Morgan County prior to coming to Bath County. 

Kim attends the Tollesboro Christian Church and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.  Kim lives with her husband in Flemingsburg, where they have a successful carpet cleaning business.  She also enjoys spending time with her two daughters that reside in Morehead & Lexington. 

Kim Biddle
606-674-6314
Kim.Biddle@bath.kyschools.us

FRYSC Consent for Services

FRYSC Directors

Gloria Metz - Crossroads Elementary School - 606-674-2101
Michele Johnson - Owingsville Elementary School - 606-674-2722
Kaye Wells - Bath County Middle School - 606-674-8165
Cindy Kerns - Bath County High School - 606-674-6325
 

PLEASE CONTACT YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 

FRYSC Services

The Family Resource and Youth Service Centers' program is to enhance students' abilities to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote: Early learning and successful transition into school; academic achievement and well-being; and graduation and transition into adult life. The centers work closely with families and community partners in making sure this is possible. Providing for basic needs is essential in helping students succeed.  Providing after school and summer programs is another way to help our students.  Please contact your child's school for additional information.  We are ready to help your child succeed!