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Dr. Scott Robison, Superintendent of Zionsville Community Schools
Dr. Scott Robison joined the Zionsville Community Schools on July 1, 2006, after serving as the Superintendent of Schools in Sheridan, Indiana, and as the Assistant Superintendent for Business in the Westfield Washington Schools. Dr. Robison was Westfield’s first K-12 Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Staff Development, and he served as a school principal in M.S.D. Pike Township and M.S.D. Southwest Allen County before working in Westfield Washington. Dr. Robison taught in the M.S.D. Pike Township Schools and in the New Albany-Floyd County Schools prior to serving as the principal in three elementary schools and one middle school in Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Indiana. Scott Robison earned his Ph.D. at Purdue University after receiving Bachelor and Master’s degrees from Indiana University. He is a 2005 graduate of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy and has presented at numerous regional and national conferences related to student engagement, school reform, looping/multiage practice, brain-compatible instructional methods, and more. He has served on chambers of commerce, a municipal redevelopment commission, a parks advisory board, a non-profit board of directors, a community revitalization committee, several common wage boards, and more. Dr. Robison’s personal and professional mission statements converge in the area of service to youth: “My personal life and professional endeavors are focused on a series of complex human projects each with the potential to change the world.”
Michael A. Shafer, Chief Financial Officer
Rebecca Coffman, Assistant Superintendent-Operations
Becky Coffman began her career in Zionsville as a middle school science teacher and coach in 2001. She transitioned from classroom to serve as the ZMS Assistant Principal from 2007-2012 and in 2012 was named Principal of Union Elementary. As a school administrator, Mrs. Coffman has served as a School Safety Specialist and liaison with various Boone County public safety partners. Mrs. Coffman graduated from Butler University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology with secondary education certification and also holds a Master’s degree in educational administration. She and her husband reside in Zionsville along with their three young children. It is Mrs. Coffman’s mission to serve the families in our Zionsville community by providing an outstanding learning environment for all students.
Kris Devereaux joined the Zionsville Community Schools as an administrator in 2007 after serving 12 years as an English teacher and gifted/talented instructor in MSD Pike Township and Westfield Washington Schools. In addition to these educational roles, she also served as an associate professor for the College of Education at Butler University and Director of Education at Clowes Hall. She has also served as a peer coach to struggling schools through Indiana University’s Effective Leaders Academy. Ms. Devereaux graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor's degree in secondary education and from Ball State University with a Master’s degree in K-12 curriculum. She has presented/consulted with groups of educators statewide on a variety of topics in curriculum and instruction. She and her husband Andy, an educator at Fishers High School, have two children. Her unwavering belief that children are incredibly capable and that teachers play an important role in stretching children to the best version of themselves is what drives her daily practice and interactions.
Casey Allen, Director of Unified Student Services
Casey Allen joined the Zionsville Community Schools in the Fall of 2017. She has spent her career in special education as a teacher and administrator. Mrs. Allen was a special education teacher in the Indianapolis Public Schools for 7 years at the middle school and high school level. She then served as a special education teacher and the department chair for special education at Fishers High School. In 2007, Mrs. Allen began her 8 year role as the Assistant Director of Special Education for Hamilton Southeastern Schools. Mrs. Allen holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mild Interventions, a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration, and the Director of Exceptional Needs licensure. She and her husband Eric reside in Whitestown with their four children. Zionsville Community Schools is her family’s home school community. Mrs. Allen’s true passion lies in serving alongside teachers and administrators to help every student achieve their greatest potential.
The Educational Services Center is located at 900 Mulberry Street, Zionsville, and connected to the Freshmen Center of the Zionsville Community High School.
The hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.