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Mr.  Scott  Hager
School Social Worker
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I graduated the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill with a B.S. and doublde major in Industrial Relations and Psychology.  I later went to East Carolina University where I received a M.S.W. with a focus in Mental Health.  Finally, I earned an School Administration Add-on from High Point University.


I worked for many years in Outdoor Adventure Education and directed various programs in the Southeast.  After I earned my M.S.W., I worked as a Child and Family Therapist in the Eastern Part of the State.  I have worked with the Randolph County School System since 2001 as a School Social Worker with a year as a Special Education Teacher. 

Although I have served many of the schools to the West of I-73 & 74, I have spent the majority of my time serving schools in the Archdale Trinity area.  I currently serve Trinity High, Archdale-Trinity Middle, Braxton Craven Middle, Archdale Elementary, and Trinity Elementary.  I also spend time weekly working at the Randolph County Courthouse as the Liaison between our school system and the Department of Juvenile Justice and Crime Prevention.


Part of my growing up time happened in Asheboro, NC.  Since high school, I have lived in many places, mostly in the Southeast.  I was actually a bit surprised to end up back in Randolph County but that's the way things go sometimes. 

Family is very important to me.   I am proud to be married to Jane Hager, a Randleman High School and I have a number of relatives in Randolph County and central North Carolina.

I lead an active life outside of school.  The activities I participate in are varied.  First, my wife and I enjoy racing on large sailboats around New Bern and Oriental. Second, I enjoy geocaching, which is akin to a scavenger hunt with a GPS unit or smartphone.  There are thousands of geocaches around this area and I have found many of them.  My third passion is practicing and teaching Aikido, a Japanese martial art.  It was derived from many sources but principly from Jujitsu and the Japanese sword.  I have been practicing this longer than most of the folks reading this have been alive.  Finally, I also spend time in my kayaks or on my bicycle.