Staff listed alphabetically.
My name is Lisa L. Brewer and I am beginning my 13th year at Scott High School and 14th year overall. I graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation and Fitness and another in Physical Education, a Master’s Degree in Education and I am currently working on my Rank 1 in Instructional Leadership. I am the department chair for the Health and Physical Education Department. Some of the classes that I teach are Girl’s PE, Girl’s Health, Lifeguarding, and Introduction to Athletic Training, Recreational Sports and Leisure Sports. I am also a certified instructor in CPR and First Aid from the American Red Cross. I have been coaching the Fast Pitch softball team for the past 12 years and have been the head coach for the past 9 years.
I enjoy working out and any type of sport. I am an avid bicyclist and kayaker and running in a 5 K each month. Other interest I have, camping, photography, spending time with my family and vacationing.
I live by the motto from Life is Good, “Do what you love, love what you do”
Dave Campbell was born and raised in Middletown, Ohio. As a student-athlete at Georgetown College (KY), he earned honors on the field (two time all-district) and in the classroom (Kinesiology and Education Student of the Year.)
After graduation Coach Campbell served as defensive ends coach and strength coach at Georgetown College while he completed his M.A. in Education. In 1991 he accepted a teaching/coaching position with Marion County High School in Lebanon, KY. It was here that Coach Campbell, himself a National Champion power lifter, wrote the curriculum for the first strength and conditioning course in the state of Kentucky. Mr. Campbell eventually accepted a teaching/coaching position in Madison County where he taught at a Day-Treatment facility (a school for court-appointed youth at risk.)
In 1997, Coach Campbell returned to his alma mater as defensive coordinator and strength coach. During the next eleven years, the Tigers won 10 conference and 2 National Championships. Campbell is beginning his fourth year here at Scott where he teaches Health and Physical Education and is head coach of the football team. He recently completed his Rank One and Principal Licensure from St. Xavier University.
Coach Campbell currently resides in Crittenden, Kentucky, with his wife, Dr. Susan Campbell, and their three children Jacob, Adam, and Caroline.
Casey Fisk is a 1997 graduate of Scott High School. While at Scott, Casey was a member of the football, wrestling, and track teams as well as a student council officer and involved with FBLA. After graduating from Scott, Casey attended Northern Kentucky University and earned a Bachelor’s in Health and Physical Education in December of 2001. Casey earned a Master’s degree from NKU in Instructional Leadership in the summer of 2004. In 2010, Casey completed his Rank 1 from NKU with additional certifications in Technology, Supervision, and Director of Pupil Personnel.
Casey enjoyed his student teaching in the fall of 2001 at RC Hinsdale Elementary and Boone County High School and was fortunate enough to get his first job in January of 2002 at Conner High School, where he taught freshman health and sophomore physical education. In May of 2002, Mr. Dawson, the principal at Scott called and offered Casey a job as the first ICE teacher. While at Scott Casey has taught a variety of Health and Physical Education classes while also working in ICE and Right Track. Casey is currently the assistant boy’s track coach and has coached football and wrestling at Scott in the past. Casey also serves on the Scott High School Alumni Board.
Personally, Casey married Jessica (Piatt) Fisk in 2008. Jessica is the School Psychologist at Scott High School and Ft. Wright Elementary. The two live in the community and have two wonderful children. Isabella Marie was born July 9, 2009 and Casey Douglas Jr, (CJ) was born on April 26, 2011. The family enjoys swimming, traveling, playing in the backyard, and watching sports, especially UK football and basketball. Casey and Jessica have season tickets for the UK football games.
Jerry Mohr was born and raised in Fort Thomas. He graduated from Highlands High School in 1979. He went on to study Industrial Education at Eastern Kentucky University. He graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in 1983. He received his Master’s of Arts in Education from Northern Kentucky University in 1994. Mr. Mohr has been teaching and coaching at Scott since 1984.
In 2000, Jerry became the Kenton County Aquatics Director, running and supervising the pool day to day and teaching swimming. He continues to coach cross country, swimming and diving, and track and field. He has coached 42 KHSAA individual state champions, 44 KHSAA individual state runner ups, and has sent over 60 athletes on to compete at the college level. Many of Coach Mohr’s athletes refer to themselves as Jerry’s kids.
Jerry enjoys the little free time he has with his lovely wife, Vanetta, their 3 grown sons, and their 6 grandchildren.