New Principal Named at Jarrell High School

Andrew Maddox is Named Principal of Jarrell High School
Posted on 05/19/2022
Andrew MaddoxThe Jarrell ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved Andrew Maddox as incoming principal of Jarrell High School.

“Mr. Maddox is a proven educator and an enthusiastic leader who will foster exceptional experiences for our students, families, and staff. He is a terrific addition to our Cougar family,” said Superintendent Dr. Toni Hicks.

Mr. Maddox joins Jarrell ISD from Taylor ISD, where he served as Principal at Taylor High School for the past seven years. During his 30 years of educational experience, Mr. Maddox has served as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and high school principal.

At Taylor High School, Mr. Maddox developed a robust academic curriculum that significantly increased students completing Career and Technical Education pathways. He also has a proven track record of integrating classroom technology, leading staff development, and championing students as a high school basketball, baseball, volleyball, and track coach.

“I believe in academic excellence, providing a supportive teaching environment, and a spirit of genuine community among staff and the student population. I’m excited about the present and future opportunities at Jarrell High School. I can’t wait to get to work,” Mr. Maddox said.

Mr. Maddox earned his bachelor’s degree from Adams State College in Colorado. He received his master’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado.
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