Scottsville Elementary School
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Scottsville Elementary School is an Albemarle County public elementary school providing pre-K through 5th grade. Scottsville is a part of the Southern Feeder Pattern and students from Scottsville will attend Walton Middle School and graduate from Monticello High School. As of 2012, Scottsville has 201 students enrolled and employs 39 staff and faculty members.
Scottsville Elementary was established in 1908 and designed to serve both elementary and secondary students. By 1913 the school had received full accreditation from the department of education as well as the University of Virginia. The school experienced several moves and changes, including redistributing grades 10-12 to Albemarle High School in 1967, and in 1972 the school was destroyed by Hurricane Agnes. In 1974 the school was rebuilt in a pod shape to weather future storms and in 1981 an addition was completed forming the building that stands today.
In 2009, the county had commissioned a study to see if there would be savings in consolidating Scottsville with Red Hill Elementary School and Yancey Elementary School. The idea was rejected because of community support for all three schools. 
The current principal of Scottsville Elementary is Sharon Amato-Wilcox.
The following is a list of people who have served as principal
|2012 - present||Sharon Amato-Wilcox|
|2007 - 2012||Nancy Teel|
|2002 - 2007||Lisa D. Jones|
|2001 - 2002||Jim Jones|
|1995 - 2001||Jeannette Orrock|
|1993 - 1995||James Washington|
|1990 - 1993||Mary Rodriguez|
|1983 - 1990||William Steigman|
|1979 - 1983||William Reaves|
|1977 - 1979||Irving Driscoll|
|1958 - 1977||Thomas Allison|
|1954 - 1958||John Boggs|
|1947 - 1954||Thomas Gillis|
|1937 - 1947||Leslie Walton|
|1908 - 1937||William Smith|
Scottsville Elementary is located at 7868 Scottsville Road.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Web. About Scottsville, Albemarle County Public Schools, retrieved May 31, 2012.
- ↑ Web. Yancey decision retains critical piece of community's fabric, Aaron Richardson, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, October 13, 2012, retrieved October 17, 2012.
- ↑ Web. Three Principals Selected, Albemarle County Public Schools, June 7, 2012, retrieved June 7, 2012.