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Dr. Andy Baker
Superintendent of Schools
Edgewood ISD
804 E. Pine
Edgewood, TX  75117
903-896-4332
abaker@edgewood-isd.net





From the Superintendent
Hello Edgewood students, staff, parents, and community!

Looking forward to a great year...and as always, IT'S A GREAT DAY TO BE A BULLDOG!
Education and Degrees

  • Doctorate of Educational Leadership, University of North Texas, 2017
  • Superintendent Certificate, Texas Women’s College, 2007
  • Master’s Degree in Education Administration, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, 2003
  • Bachelor of Arts in History, University of Dallas, 1992

Professional Experience

 

  • Superintendent of Schools, Edgewood ISD, 2011 – Present
  • Superintendent of Schools, Tioga ISD, 2009 – 2011
  • Campus Principal, Prosper ISD, 2005 – 2009
  • High School & Middle School Assistant Principal, Prosper ISD, 2002 - 2004
  • Government and Economics teacher/boys basketball coach, Prosper ISD, 2001 – 2003
  • US History teacher/boys basketball coach, Kemp ISD, 2000 – 2001
  • US History teacher/boys basketball coach, Collinsville ISD, 1996 – 2000
  • US History teacher/assistant coach, Valley View ISD, 1994 - 1996
Community and Professional Activities


  • Family attends St. Therese Catholic Church in Canton
  • Edgewood Economic Development Committee Board Member
  • Edgewood Zoning and Planning Committee Member
  • Edgewood Chamber of Commerce Member
  • UIL District 14AAA District Executive Committee Chairman
  • ESC 7 Service Center TxEIS State Representative
Family

  • My wife, Rebecca, teaches Freshman English at Edgewood High School.  Our son, Garrett, attends Texas A&M University.  And our other two children, Shannon, and Connor, attend Edgewood schools
Favorite Quotes
Blessed is he that expects nothing, for he shall always receive it."  Benjamin Franklin

"A little bit of pride goes a long way!" 

Like Captured Fireflies
In her classroom our speculations ranged the world.
She aroused us to book waving discussions.
Every morning we came to her carrying new truths, new facts, new ideas
Cupped and sheltered in our hands like captured fireflies.
When she went away a sadness came over us,
But the light did not go out.
She left her signature upon us
The literature of the teacher who writes on children’s minds.
I’ve had many teachers who taught us soon forgotten things,
But only a few like her who created in me a new thing a new attitude, a new hunger.
I suppose that to a large extent I am the unsigned manuscript of that teacher.
What deathless power lies in the hands of such a person.
                                                                                            John Steinbeck

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