Travis Anderson has become director and principal for alternative programs in Calloway County Schools.
Anderson will be the alternative instructional facility director-principal for the Calloway County Day Treatment Center, Alternative Educational Center and Programmed Recovery In a Disciplined Environment (PRIDE).
Anderson served as assistant principal at North Calloway Elementary for the 2013-2014 school year. Jodi Butler previously held the director-principal position Anderson now fills. Butler moved to Calloway County Middle School as assistant principal.
Anderson graduated from Calloway County High School in 1994, then studied at Murray State University, where he graduated with a double major in health and physical education in 2001. His career in education began at Lewisburg school in Logan County as the K-8 physical education and health teacher for 11 years. He also coached varsity baseball, football, and middle school football and basketball. He earned a master's degree in physical education from Western Kentucky University in 2006 and earned his master's degree in instructional leadership in 2009.
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