Company: Roscoe Collegiate Independent School District
Location: Roscoe, Texas, United States
Kim Alexander, Superintendent of Roscoe Collegiate Independent School District, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in educational administration.
In preparation for his career, Dr. Alexander attended Angelo State University and earned a Bachelor of Science in education in 1976. He continued his academic pursuits at Abilene Christian University, earning a Master of Arts in educational administration in 1985, and accepted a position as an instructor of English language arts and Kinesiology at Sweetwater Independent School District (ISD) in 1987. In 1988, Dr. Alexander transitioned to an English language arts position at Roscoe ISD and taught for more than a decade, until he became a grant writer for the district in 1999.
In 2000, Dr. Alexander became a high school principal with the district, and in 2003, he rose to the rank of superintendent of Roscoe Collegiate ISD, a position he holds to this day. He also serves as the chancellor of Collegiate Edu-Nation, a P-20 system model for student success, and maintains memberships to a variety of professional organizations. Dr. Alexander is a member of the Texas Association of School Administrators, the Texas Association of Professional Educators, and the American Association of School Administrators. In 2007, he earned an EdD in agricultural education from Texas A&M University.
Dr. Alexander has written a number of published works, including “Texas Economy Depends on Educational Climate Change” for the Texas Tribune Perspectives on Public Education in Texas in 2018. He has also co-authored “Small Schools Perspective, Boldness Required: An Invitation to Action for Rural Schools” and “A View from A Rural Superintendent’s Perspective” for the Texas Association of School Administrators Professional Journal: INSIGHT. Dr. Alexander has been recognized with myriad awards, including a John Hoyle Texas School District Excellence in Education Award from Texas A&M University in 2014 and a Partnership Award in Excellence from the Texas A&M System in 2018, among others.
Throughout his career, Dr. Alexander has amassed a prolific list of achievements, including organizing a Roscoe Collegiate STEM Advisory Committee consisting of 120 members from a variety of academic, local, and regional communities. Under his leadership, Roscoe Collegiate ISD was named to the 23-member Texas High Performance Schools Consortium. In addition to his educational pursuits, Dr. Alexander has worked as a self-employed production agriculturalist since 1977, and was recognized with the Texas Agricultural Man of the Year Award for District 7 from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in 2016.
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