Scott Layne Named Chief of Operations for Dallas ISD
For Immediate Release
July 26, 2016
WASHINGTON, DC – Scott Layne, ALEP, chair, Association for Learning Environments was recently selected as the new chief of operations for the Dallas Independent School District (ISD). Layne brings 34 years of public education experience to the district.
Serving as assistant superintendent for support services for the Irving Independent School District ISD for the past 10 years, his responsibilities included maintenance, grounds, custodial, energy management, warehouse transportation, safety and security, construction, food service, technology services, risk management, fixed assets/surplus, records management, health services and athletics. Additionally, Layne managed the district's 1997, 2001 and 2007 bond construction programs, which totaled approximately $575 million.
"I'm both pleased and honored to be joining the Dallas ISD family," Layne said. "With the recent passage of a $1.6 billion bond referendum, the Operations Department will work diligently to provide quality learning environments for our students and staff and do our part to support other district-level initiatives. It is a very exciting time in the Dallas ISD community and I look forward to being a part of it."
The Association for Learning Environments is the only professional organization whose primary purpose is improving the places where children learn. With approximately 4,500 members, the Association for Learning Environments encompasses six geographic regions across the United States, and supports regional representation in Canada, Australasia, and the UK. The Association embraces a collaborative network of professionals with one single goal – building healthy, safe, resilient and sustainable 21st Century learning places that inspire transformation in education, enhance student and teacher performance, and support culture and community vitality. To learn more visit our web site, or follow us on Twitter @A4LE2