Meet our Superintendent
Mr. Kevin Wilson | Howe ISD Superintendent
Mr. Wilson came to Howe in July 2000 as the principal of Howe High School. The privilege of opening the new building was a significant milestone in the history of Howe schools. After serving six years as the high school principal, he moved into the role of assistant superintendent in July 2006. He has served in current role as superintendent of Howe ISD since February 2007. Prior to coming to Howe, Mr. Wilson spent a combined ten years at Bells ISD as a teacher, coach and middle school principal.
A native of Denison, Mr. Wilson graduated from Denison High School. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Baylor University in 1990; his Master’s Degree in Education and Principal Certification from East Texas State University (currently known as Texas A&M University-Commerce) and Superintendent Certification from The University of Texas at Tyler.
Mr. Wilson and his wife are the proud parents of three children and have all enjoyed becoming a part of the Howe community with the opportunity to live and work in this exceptional community.
While Howe has changed significantly since 2000, Mr. Wilson notes that some things have remained constant: a caring and dedicated staff, and great students who perform well academically and represent Howe ISD with pride in a variety of extracurricular activities. The Howe ISD commitment to “Educating the Hope of Tomorrow” enables students to be successful in college or a career upon graduation.
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