Mrs. Tracy Beil is a native of Covington, Kentucky. She graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a BA in English and Secondary Education in 1994.
Mrs. Beil’s career in education started at Dayton High School where she taught Title I Reading and Language Arts for three years. In 1998, she relocated to Henderson, Kentucky. It is there she accepted a position as a special education resource teacher. This decision prompted her to change her graduate work at Murray State University to the focus of students with learning and behavior disorders. Mrs. Beil returned to Northern Kentucky in 2000 and worked at Bellevue High School for one year as a collaborative teacher in grades 9-12. Since 2001, Mrs. Beil has taught at Scott High School. She has worked in the English and Special Education departments while at Scott. Her MA in Education was finally completed at Northern Kentucky University in 2002. She is currently the KTAP (Kenton Targeted Assisted Program) teacher at Scott High School.