MORE THAN EDUCATORS
Superintendents have innumerable superpowers—the ability to mentor and guide aspirational leaders one many of them share. Huckabee is “traveling” the state to visit with educational leaders and share their stories of fortitude, growth and inspiration in the hopes of uplifting others.
James Hopper | Superintendent, Venus ISD
I grew up in Maud, Oklahoma. The fifth of eight kids, my dad was a pipeliner who dropped out of high school in 10th grade to go to work. ...
May 12, 2022 / Read More
Dr. Eric Wright | Superintendent, Hays CISD
Growing up in Lufkin, my life revolved around education. My dad served public education at different levels for 46 years and retired as a...
May 06, 2022 / Read More
Dr. Tony Tipton | Lumberton ISD
I feel like I’ve always been involved in education. Starting school as a 5-year-old kindergarten student, working my way through high sch...
Apr 25, 2022 / Read More
Dr. Justin Terry | Superintendent, Forney ISD
Forney ISD is one of the fastest growing districts in Texas. Enrollment increases are occurring every day, and we have exceeded the enrol...
Apr 19, 2022 / Read More
Dr. Chris Allen | Superintendent, Marble Falls ISD
Faith has always been important in my life and serving with and alongside others is a foundational component of that faith. Growing up, I...
Apr 08, 2022 / Read More
Dr. Tamara Vardy | Superintendent, Boyd ISD
When the Boyd ISD Board of Trustees offered me the opportunity to serve as superintendent, I was so excited to move to the community — al...
Mar 03, 2022 / Read More
Dr. Georgeanne Warnock | Superintendent, Terrell ISD
Teachers have always held a special place in my heart. Even as a little girl, the thought of becoming a teacher appealed to me, and I cou...
Feb 28, 2022 / Read More
Dr. Darryl J. Henson | Superintendent, Marlin ISD
Looking back on my childhood growing up on the southeast side of Houston, I recognize how fortunate I was to have been raised right. As t...
Feb 17, 2022 / Read More
Dr. John E. Chapman, III | Superintendent, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD
Growing up in a single-family household, we were very poor. The thought of going to college and having a career in education was the furt...
Feb 10, 2022 / Read More
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