Lincoln County High School is proud to welcome Jill Mullins, Assistant Principal, to our Patriot Family!
Jill is a graduate of Lee High School in Ben Hur, Virginia. She received her Bachelors of Science Degree with dual certification in Special Education with an emphasis on Hearing Impairment and Elementary Education from Eastern Kentucky University. She also received a certification in Learning and Behavior Disorders. In addition, she has a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership Studies from the University of Kentucky.
Mrs. Mullins has twenty years of teaching experience. She began her career in Fayette County Public Schools and spent three and a half years teaching there before moving her career to Jessamine County. In Jessamine County, Mrs. Mullins served as a teacher of students with disabilities at West Jessamine High School for 12 years. In 2009, she was named Special Educator of the Year for Jessamine County. Since 2014, Mrs. Mullins has been as an Achievement and Compliance Coach for Fayette County Schools. She has worked closely with various schools and staff improving student achievement. She has a vast amount of knowledge in the areas of instruction, interventions, and disabilities.
Mrs. Mullins has been married to her husband, Chip, for 18 years. Together, they have two sons and two grandchildren. They are looking forward to another grandchild due in February. Mrs. Mullins spends her free time volunteering at the University of Kentucky Children’s Hospital where she cuddles babies in the NICU and serving as president of the Big Blue Reef Club. She loves to read and take care of her saltwater reef tank.
Mrs. Mullins will begin serving as an assistant principal at Lincoln County High School on September 4th.